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review Philosopher of the Heart Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB Clare Carlisle ä 3 read & download Essures of celebrity he deliberately lived amidst the crowds in Copenhagen known by everyone but he felt understood by no one When he collapsed exhausted at the age of 42 he was still pursuing the uestion of existence how to be a human being in this worldClare Carlisle's innovative and moving biography writes Kierkegaard's remarkable life as far as possible from his own perspective conveying what it was like to be this Socrates of Christendom as he put it living life forwards yet only understanding it backwar. No matter how much suffering you went through you never wanted to let go of those memories Haruki MurakamiEven if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces I would still plant my apple tree Martin LutherThe paradox central to Kierkegaard s faith is rooted in the parable of Abraham The individual abiding faith in Christian faith is so unwavering that Abraham does everything God asks him too Up to the point of the murder It is God who wavers stops Abraham Letting Abraham has passed Carlisle s biography on Kiekegaard demonstrates three themes to me about Kierkegaard s philosophy He was endlessly plagued with the guilt of breaking off his relationship to Regine Olsen He was endlessly polemical and combative to the ideas of the time particularly Hegel Like Luther he sought a faith relevant to himand in many ways broke from a religious framework to a philosophical oneKierkegaard s central tenants on authenticity leaps of faith rennouciation of the world living out the Socratic uestions has always allured me Also his inability to commit to his partner breaking off the potential of a fruitful marriage still hits my softest core having let go of a potential marriage partnerand leaving years of guilt and self delusionKierkegaard is earth bound here Febrile impatient combative unhappy unwise ambitious calculating and in many ways honest The process of his workmoving from a personal space to evince universal truths revealing his innermost self and endlessly creating reflects the passionate individualist he was Imagining he had access to the technology of today it would be easy to see Kierkegaard on podcast platforms tweeting endlessly blogging out his tormentFurther my feelings on his ongoing attachment to Regine seem pitiful delusional and vaguely opportunistic I totally understand how she would serve as a muse for his work But I admire Carlisle for not backing away from the subtle hints that the woman had moved on Letters returned her re marriage We can not escape this world and the responsibility of our actions even if we feel compelled to a personal project of the highest orderI think the book leaves out a lot It truly is a central look at his lived life not the life of his work and how it proliferated beyond his lifetime Often called the modern Socrates Kierkegaard s devotion is axiomatic to the existential thinkers And yet ironically the writers Sartre and Camus of the 20th century who would elude faith for individual autonomyMost importantly the book certifies the idea that there was not a path toward Christianity that Kierkegaard discovered as a roadmap Instead it was the palpable heart of his Christ centric love Describing a moving sermon he states from the rich warm heart the speech poured forth terrifying yet up building and soothing at the same time it penetrated the heart so as never to be forgotten A vision of moving beyond the religious life to the undiscovered country of unwavering faith

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review Philosopher of the Heart Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB Clare Carlisle ä 3 read & download Selected as a Book of the Year in The Times Literary Supplement'This lucid and riveting new biography at once rescuses Kierkegaard from the scholars and shows why he is such an intriguing and useful figure' ObserverSøren Kierkegaard one of the most passionate and challenging of modern philosophers is now celebrated as the father of existentialism yet his contemporaries described him as a philosopher of the heart Over about a decade in the 1840s and 1850s writings poured from his pen analysing love and suffer. Philosopher of the Heart by Clare Carlisle is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early MayA Danish philosopher who s impassioned introspective and solitary freuently musing on the inner lives of ancient biblical personas and how the choices they made influence all of our lives His biography is sometimes so wrapped around stories of his contemporaries that it takes four steps back for every one step forward I personally would ve been much better off just reading one of Kierkegaard s books

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review Philosopher of the Heart Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB Clare Carlisle ä 3 read & download Ing courage and anxiety religious longing and defiance and forging a new philosophical style rooted in the inward drama of being humanAs Christianity seemed to sleepwalk through a changing world Kierkegaard dazzlingly revealed its spiritual power while exposing the poverty of official religion His restless creativity was spurred on by his own failures his relationship with the young woman whom he promised to marry then left to devote himself to writing haunted him throughout his lifeThough tormented by the pr. A good biography which summarizes the life and work in an accessible manner The form is almost epic beginning in mid life then filling out the story in a roughly chronological order Kierkegaard is portrayed as reclusive and vindictive inspired to write in large part by his broken engagement For me Kierkegaard s thought remains elusive but I suspect that is due to my own failings and perhaps the mercurial essence of his philosophy

  • Hardcover
  • 344
  • Philosopher of the Heart
  • Clare Carlisle
  • en
  • 23 September 2018
  • 9780241283585