Tag: Soren Kierkegaard

  • What I’m Reading, Mini Edition

    Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky My brother and I are still making our way through Crime and Punishment, with the hope of finishing it by the end of the year. I have got past the “crime” now and at the point where Raskolnikov is (once again) losing his mind. It’s a really excellent read […]

  • Quoting Kierkegaard – Works of Love, Fear and Trembling, and More

    For nonfiction books, I’ll be going over specific topics, starting with my beloved Soren Kierkegaard collection. These are just some first impressions of his writing, without any in-depth analysis or philosophical/theological context. Later down the road I’d like to give a better overview, but since I appreciate his writing so much already, I couldn’t resist […]

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