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This book includes a lengthy introduction. Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. Alternatively, sin exists in the very resolution of anxiety through right and wrong; why to embrace anxiety is to not pass judgement. Many men and women are anxious about whom they should marry and how they will pick the right person.

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Moreover, envy corresponds to wonder, and recent philosophy would also speak of doubt. Was it not the fault of the foolish virgins that they became sure, begrbeet went to sleep; while the wise virgins kept awake? With the help of faith, anxiety brings up the individuality to rest in providence. By continually recounting and repeating his life experiences, the criminal becomes such a memory expert at rattling off his life that the ideality of recollection is driven away.

Are these habits or sins? On the other hand, whoever is educated [by possibility] remains with anxiety; he does not permit himself to be deceived by its countless falsifications and accurately remembers the past.

Isaac had expectations, but he didn’t have an easy time just because God made his choice for him. All three stories deal with the world of the spirit. The Concept of Anxiety was published on exactly the same date as PrefacesJune 17, Kierkegaard was familiar with Book Two of Kant’s book The Conflict of the Good with the Evil Principle for Sovereignty over Man [8] and he made a similar study in this book; however, he might call it the conflict of ethics and anxiety for sovereignty over man.


Are we Christian because of our family and personal history or because we have made a “decisive resolution”?

Isn’t patience a good and impatience an evil that can be changed if you want to begrebft it? Kierkegaard is not concerned with what Eve’s sin was, he says it wasn’t sensuousness, [28] but he is concerned with how Eve learned that she was a sinner.

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Then in preceding presentation he superbly explains “that the feeling unfolds itself to self-consciousness, and vice versa, that the content of the self-consciousness is felt by the subject as his own. His soul is a self-contradiction between the external and the internal, the temporal and the eternal here, therefore, the same thing can be possessed and the same thing gained at the same time.

Therefore possibility is absolutely educative. It is this that binds a man to Christianity. Rational thought was no help; in fact, rational explanations are presumptuous and ridiculous, according to Kierkegaard, because no man can have his identity or duty shown to him by reason. All of them were discussing how good and evil come into existence. The anxious person stands at the crossroads and wonders which way to go. And what angst faith but an empty fantasy, if it be not awake? Kierkegaard believed “each generation has its own task and need not trouble itself unduly by being everything to previous and succeeding generations”.

For this reason, anxiety is not found in the beast, precisely because by nature the beast is not qualified as spirit. When the man looks over the edge, he experiences a focused fear wngest falling, but at the same time, the man feels a terrifying impulse to throw himself intentionally off the edge.

Both were “imaginative constructions” [22] created by Kierkegaard that dealt with hope and love. So spirit is present, but is immediate, as dreaming. So, according to Kierkegaard, anxiety precedes sin. He asked the same question in Philosophical Fragments about how someone learns to become a Christian.


And was not this sickness oppressive enough in time-that I not only suffered but also anngest guilty of it?

Kierkegaard offered an avenue of hope for those who have anxiety and human nervousness near the end of this little book. These soft sciences were of interest to Kierkegaard only in so far as they related to the progress of Christianity. Kierkegaard is wondering if one generation can learn wonder, love, anxiety, peace, patience, hope, from a previous generation or if each “single individual” in each generation must learn these things, for the most part, on their own.

Feeling the nearness of eternity, utterly dependent upon it for his meaning, he also knows that he dies, and that he cannot escape death. He wrote about the ideal good versus the actual good that a single individual can do in the following way: Precisely in this lies the fundamental error of recent philosophy, that it wants to begin with the negative instead of the positive, which always is the first, in the same sense affirmatio [affirmation] is placed first in the declaration omnis affirmatio est nagatio [every affirmation is a angesh ].

On the other hand, it is not the nature of its movement to raise actuality up into ideality. Kierkegaard wrote about “the nothing of despair”, [23] God as the unknown is nothing, [24] and death is a nothing.