So, we are studying 'Either/Or' (edited) by Kierkegaard. We are seeing each part separately and/but the teacher insists in calling everything from the book K's thinking. I have a feeling that analyzing this book as a collection of treaties (albeit an unusual one) and, therefore, as a coherent work in its parts, is problematic. I'm guessing that there is plenty written about this or about similar issues regarding K and /his/ works, does anybody know any references I can check? Thx
Hi there! I'm a 22 years old philosophy student from the Basque Country. I'm interested in language(s) and literature(s) but also in a bunch of other topics (still trying to figure out in what field I want to further my research). I speak Basque, French, Spanish and English.
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