A wonderful exposition of those who dodge the big questions about life. I don't care how successful or how dejected someone is, if they don't confront their own existential panic, it's hard to maintain respect.
Sickness Unto Death by Soren Kierkegaard I am a fan of Kierkegaard but all his books aren't in print just now. So I was grateful to discover I could buy the kindle version. I love his detailed analyses of different aspects of the human condition. The delivery experience was very smooth and efficient, and the print is clear and easy to read.
A good thought provoking read. Written very much in the language of the time (1840's I believe) which makes it slightly more effort to get through, however a very rewarding read none the less, as long as you appreciate it for what it us. Probably best avoided if your daily reading is heat and metro.
I recommend reading this. As with other Kierkegaard works, there is always passion behind the words, which I personally enjoy. However, its perhaps a bit too personally focussed and I'm not sure how applicable it is to different states of mind, ie possibly mood driven?
I bought this after I read and fell in love with 'Fear and Trembling' and wanted to explore Kierkegaard's mind further. Its analogies are very heavy with Catholicism at times, but if you apply your own analogy/belief/thought to it it makes for a reflective study.