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ꠍꠧꠞꠦꠘ ꠇꠤꠄꠞ꠆ꠇꠦꠉꠣꠞ꠆ꠒ
Sex or gendermale ꠟꠦꠈ
Country of citizenshipKingdom of Denmark ꠟꠦꠈ
Name in native languageSøren Aabye Kierkegaard ꠟꠦꠈ
Birth nameSøren Aabye Kierkegaard ꠟꠦꠈ
Given nameSøren ꠟꠦꠈ
Family nameKierkegaard ꠟꠦꠈ
Date of birth5 May 1813 ꠟꠦꠈ
Place of birthCopenhagen ꠟꠦꠈ
Date of death11 November 1855 ꠟꠦꠈ
Place of deathCopenhagen ꠟꠦꠈ
Manner of deathnatural causes ꠟꠦꠈ
Cause of deathtuberculosis, paralysis ꠟꠦꠈ
Place of burialAssistens Cemetery ꠟꠦꠈ
FatherMichael Pedersen Kierkegaard ꠟꠦꠈ
SiblingPeter Kierkegaard ꠟꠦꠈ
Spouseno value ꠟꠦꠈ
Native languageDanish ꠟꠦꠈ
Languages spoken, written or signedDanish, Latin, German ꠟꠦꠈ
Writing languageGerman ꠟꠦꠈ
Field of workphilosophy ꠟꠦꠈ
Educated atUniversity of Copenhagen, Østre Borgerdyd school ꠟꠦꠈ
Academic degreeDoctor of Philosophy ꠟꠦꠈ
Academic thesisOn the Concept of Irony with Continual Reference to Socrates ꠟꠦꠈ
Student ofPoul Martin Møller, Frederik Christian Sibbern, Hans Lassen Martensen ꠟꠦꠈ
ResidenceCopenhagen, Berlin ꠟꠦꠈ
Religion or worldviewLutheranism ꠟꠦꠈ
Medical condition ꠟꠦꠈ
List of worksSøren Kierkegaard bibliography ꠟꠦꠈ
Archives atHoward V. and Edna H. Hong Kierkegaard Library, Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, Søren Kierkegaard Archives ꠟꠦꠈ
Movementexistentialism ꠟꠦꠈ
Political ideologyChristian existentialism ꠟꠦꠈ
Genrepolemical lampoon, novel, debate, diary, essay ꠟꠦꠈ
Copyright status as a creatorcopyrights on works have expired ꠟꠦꠈ
CatchphraseDet er ganske sandt, hvad Philosophien siger, at Livet maa forstaaes baglænds. Men derover glemmer man den anden Sætning, at det maa leves forlænds. ꠟꠦꠈ

ꠍꠞꠦꠘ ꠇꠤꠄꠞ꠆ꠇꠦꠉꠣꠞ꠆ꠒ (Søren Kierkegaard ꠪ ☽ ꠝꠦ l8l৩ ꠕꠘꠦ ll ꠘꠜꠦꠝ꠆ꠛꠞ l8☽☽)[1]) ꠀꠍꠟꠣ ꠄꠇꠎꠘ ꠖꠤꠘꠦꠝꠣꠞ ꠖꠣꠞ꠆ꠡꠘꠤꠇ ꠨ ꠗꠞ꠆ꠝꠛꠤꠉ꠆ꠉꠣꠘꠤ ꠨ ꠇꠛꠤ ꠨ ꠡꠝꠣꠎꠤ ꠡꠝꠣꠟꠥꠌꠇ ꠀꠞ ꠗꠞ꠆ꠝꠤꠅ ꠟꠦꠈꠞꠣ ꠎꠦꠘꠞꠦ ꠙꠄꠟꠣ ꠅꠎꠥꠖꠤꠅꠔꠤ ꠖꠣꠞ꠆ꠡꠘꠤꠇ ꠗꠞꠣ ꠅꠄ ⁕[2][3]

ꠔꠣꠁꠘ ꠙꠔꠤꠡ꠆ꠑꠣꠘꠤ ꠗꠞ꠆ꠝ ꠨ ꠝꠍꠤꠢꠤ ꠡꠝꠣꠎ ꠨ ꠘꠂꠔꠤꠇꠔꠣ ꠨ ꠘꠤꠔꠤꠛꠤꠉ꠆ꠉꠣꠘ ꠨ ꠝꠘꠧꠛꠤꠉ꠆ꠉꠣꠘ ꠀꠞ ꠗꠞ꠆ꠝꠞ ꠖꠞ꠆ꠡꠘꠞ ꠃꠙꠞꠦ ꠙꠞꠎꠣꠟꠥꠌꠘꠣꠝꠥꠟꠇ ꠟꠦꠈꠣ ꠟꠦꠈꠍꠂꠘ ꠎꠦꠔꠣꠔ ꠞꠥꠙꠇ ꠨ ꠛꠤꠖ꠆ꠞꠥꠙ ꠀꠞ ꠘꠂꠔꠤꠇ ꠇꠤꠌ꠆ꠍꠣꠞ ꠖꠣꠄ ꠔꠣꠘ ꠅꠘꠥꠞꠣꠉ ꠖꠦꠈꠣ ꠎꠣꠄ ⁕ ꠔꠣꠘ ꠖꠣꠞ꠆ꠡꠘꠤꠇ ꠇꠣꠝ ꠇꠣꠎꠞ ꠛꠠ ꠅꠋꠡꠎꠥꠠꠤꠀ ꠀꠍꠦ ꠛꠦꠇ꠆ꠔꠤꠄ ꠇꠤꠟꠣꠘ ꠛꠤꠝꠥꠞ꠆ꠔ ꠌꠤꠘ꠆ꠔꠣꠞ ꠛꠖꠟꠣ ꠝꠥꠞ꠆ꠔ ꠝꠣꠘꠛꠤ ꠛꠣꠍꠔꠛꠔꠣꠞ ꠃꠙꠞꠦ ꠉꠥꠞꠥꠔ꠆ꠔ ꠖꠤꠀ ꠛꠦꠇ꠆ꠔꠤꠉꠔ ꠁꠌ꠆ꠍꠣ ꠀꠞ ꠅꠀꠖꠣꠞ ꠖꠞꠇꠣꠞꠞ ꠝꠥꠈꠣ ꠌꠣꠁꠀ ꠄꠇꠟꠣ ꠅꠎꠥꠖ ꠢꠤꠡꠣꠛꠦ ꠛꠣꠌꠤꠀ ꠕꠣꠇꠔ ꠙꠣꠞꠦ ⁕[4]

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  1. Britannica|id=317503
  2. Swenson ꠨ David F. Something About Kierkegaard ꠨ Mercer University Press ꠨ 2000.
  3. Citation | last = Kierkegaard | first = Søren | author-link = Søren Kierkegaard | chapter = A New View of the Relation Pastor–Poet in the Sphere of Religion | quote = Christianity has of course known very well what it wanted. It wants to be proclaimed by witnesses—that is ꠨ by persons who proclaim the teaching and also existentially express it.  The modern notion of a pastor as it is now is a complete misunderstanding.  Since pastors also presumably should express the essentially Christian ꠨ they have quite rightly discovered how to relax the requirement ꠨ abolish the ideal.  What is to be done now? Yes ꠨ now we must prepare for another tactical advance. First a detachment of poets; almost sinking under the demands of the ideal ꠨ with the glow of a certain unhappy love they set forth the ideal. Present-day pastors may now take second rank.  These religious poets must have the particular ability to do the kind of writing that helps people out into the current.  When this has happened ꠨ when a generation has grown up that from childhood on has received the pathos-filled impression of an existential expression of the ideal ꠨ the monastery and the genuine witnesses of the truth will both come again. This is how far behind the cause of Christianity is in our time. The first and foremost task is to create pathos ꠨ with the superiority of intelligence ꠨ imagination ꠨ penetration ꠨ and wit to guarantee pathos for the existential ꠨ which ‘the understanding’ has reduced to the ludicrous. | title = JP VI 6521  Pap. X2 A 157 | year = 1849.
  4. Harvnb|Gardiner|1969

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