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Another great philosophers book. I would recommend to any and all.Published 4 months ago by David M. Penn
The reader must know at least some history of philosophy and who the author read himself in order to piece it together.Published 13 months ago by spurscwby
Book was new, as promised, but the binding cracked almost immediately -- this isn't the seller's fault, but that of the publisher, Princeton Univ. Press.Published 19 months ago by shankar raman
this book was just what i needed for my college philosophy class, arrived quickly and inexpensive. pretty good philosophy book too.Published on April 17, 2012 by CDF
When I first read Fear and Trembling way back in the Dark Ages of the late 'seventies, I was blown away. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by Joel B. Reed
Kierkegaard is more personality, more energy of being, more outward agony, than nearly anyone who has ever lived, and to read Kierkegaard for treatise more than his infectious... Read morePublished on July 26, 2008 by Kyle T. Flubacker
I am not able to comment on the accuracy or flow of the translation--the only Danish I know is the one that the kid from the mailroom used to bring by every morning--and so I am... Read morePublished on February 6, 2008 by Ransom Carroll
be my father!" those hongs really know how to edit a book, wow. still i think most of the credit has to be given to johannes de silentio for writing it. Read morePublished on February 20, 2005 by space_antelope