i have seen a french moovie with this name 'le journal du seducteur', on tv5, i really enjoyed it, quite juvenile, quite delinquent, so i got to read kierkegaard last september, at first encounter might have considered him a juvenile delinquent, a fancy romantic dandy, but the charm of it is when you can actually cross the barrier of seeing beneath seduction, beneath frivoulous into what he might entiteldly enough call his filosophy.
>>By souvelour (Wednesday, 3 Mar 2004 18:35)
In my experience, Kierkegaard is tremendous at first, but then you gradually get to realize that there's more to life than his own pesimistic and severe attitude. Definitely incredible, but not the whole story.
>>By Van Norden (Wednesday, 3 Mar 2004 21:01)
It's only pessimistic if you misunderstand it, or take it out of context.
>>By Patterson (Wednesday, 10 Mar 2004 00:26)
his statements ring true but it is pesimistic
>>By therion (Thursday, 25 Mar 2004 01:34)
I wanted to bring this back up for the girl studying in Denmark.
>>By Bob from Apollo (Thursday, 14 Oct 2004 00:15)
the only spiritual western philosopher within my domain
utmost geniosity dedicated to the realm of spirit
>>By Ghim (Sunday, 4 Jul 2010 08:51)
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