Tag: Søren Kierkegaard

Why to Live Authentically?

For the existentialists the only way to deal with the absurdity of life is living authentically… As of course from my personal point of view: Life is not absurd at all… But for existentialists — Life is somehow absurd… But in many ways we can agree that one should strive to live authentically in the life…

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Believes that will help you in your life

Existentialists believe that the world is entirely irrational. It has no necessary structure nor intrinsic meaning. What they mean by this is that the world has no purpose at all to be discovered nor a big picture or a divine plan that control it. They disregard the beliefs that everything happens for a reason. As

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Kierkegaard Makes Philosophy Personal

Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) was the son of a wealthy Dutch businessman. His father was intelligent, deeply pious and burdened by a great melancholy. Michael Kierkegaard believed that he lived under a great weight of guilt and that his life was accursed because of it. His guilt may have been related to a curse he made

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