'Kirkconnell's attempt to read Kierkegaard the way that Kierkegaard wanted to be read, with the aesthetic works in one hand and the edifying works in the other, promises to have a deep impact on the future of Kierkegaard research. This book deserves a wide audience.' - Lee Barratt, Stager Professor of Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary, USA
An exploration of the themes that unite Kierkegaard's religious and philosophical writings centred on his understanding of the life of the individual.
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