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Fear and Trembling (Penguin Great Ideas) Mass Market Paperback – 25 Aug 2005
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Great Ideas... is the right name for these slim, elegant paperbacks... They are written with precision, force, and care. ("The Wall Street Journal") Penguin Books hopes to provide an economical remedy for time-pressed readers in search of intellectual sustenance. ("USA Today") --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Two works in one volume. Introduction by George Steiner; Translation by Walter Lowrie --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.See all Product description
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The Great Ideas version will probably look better on your shelf and is more portable, but it's worth spending the extra pound or so on the full version. This is especially true if you aren't familiar with Kierkegaard.
It's probably also worth mentioning that the Cambridge Companion to Kierkegaard has a nice (intoductory) essay on F&T
Sadly he has bequeathed to the world the idea that Christianity is a religion and belief in god is not rational. Generations of Humanists, Rationalists and Materialists have taken this up as a stick with which to beat Christians and Christian belief.
If only he could have lived later on and had met Anthony Flew and had read his arguments for belief in a Creator after a lifetime of Atheism.