A nineteenth-century Danish philosopher. Kierkegaard wrote much about the fear and loneliness that he believed come with true religion; he is considered a forerunner of twentieth-century existentialism.
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Neither Paul nor Kierkegaard were kidding when they wrote of fear and trembling.
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Kierkegaard is right: we are cursed to understand life only backwards while living it forwards.
Cilia found the suggestion excellent, and began hinting to Soren that he was suffering from sleeplessness and gout.
Soren was accordingly charged to see that Fagerlin behaved herself, and did not eat up the carrots or the tiger lilies.
Cilia pondered over the matter for some time; she had never before known Soren to disregard her injunctions in that fashion.
But for the first time in his life Soren refused to obey, and that so emphatically that his wife was startled.
The story of that Limfjord charter was her trump card, and never failed to quell Soren's faint attempts at retort.