Kierkegaard: A Biography Paperback

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Written by a preeminent authority on Kierkegaard, this 2001 biography was the first to reveal the delicate imbrication of Kierkegaard's life and thought. It traces the factors that led Kierkegaard to grapple with philosophical and religious problems in a way that later generations would recognize as amounting to a philosophical revolution.

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'A lucid and conscientiously written book that pays dazzling attention to the fine details.' Harper's Magazine

'Hannay writes as a seasoned philosopher and gifted translator, offering ample and even-handed expositions of Kierkegaard's published works and their immediate polemical contexts … this prudent, tactful and canny new life is exactly what Kierkegaard needed.' The Times Literary Supplement

'Hannay's judiciously selected quotes from Kierkegaard will surely seduce those who are not already in thrall to this master into reading at least some of his works firsthand.' Publishers Weekly

'Hannay has taken great pains not only to place Kierkegaard's writings within the context of the philosophical thought of his time but also to illustrate clearly the development of Kierkegaard's ideas within his own writings. The result is perhaps the best picture yet of Kierkegaard and his place in Western philosophical thought.' Library Journal

'Compelling reading by anyone with an interest in modern philosophy.' Booklist

'… rewarding study … Here there is no doubt that his book marks a watershed in English-language Kierkegaard literature …'. Journal of Ecclesiastical History

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