“Had Hegel written all his logic and said in the foreword that it was just an intellectual experiment in which he also avoided something in many places, then he would have been the greatest thinker who ever lived. Now he's just funny. 'Kierkegaard's aversion to the Hegelian system or to systematists in general puts him in line with related thinkers of' free spirit '- from the Gnostics to Nietzsche. To call Kierkegaard the founder of existentialist thinking would overlook the earlier sources of this way of life. He was a reminder, a recognizer of an actual affirmation of life. Like a shaman who often tried to fend off this determination for the sake of a 'green life' *, he was aware of the vocation to her herald and the difficulty of such a task: 'There are two thoughts that so early in have been in my soul that I cannot actually prove their origin. The first is that there are people whose destiny is to be sacrificed so that the idea can emerge - and that I am one of them through my special cross. The other thought is that I would never be able to work for my livelihood, partly because I thought I was going to die very young, partly because I felt that God, in view of my special cross, would give me this suffering and this task would save. Where do you get such thoughts from, yes, I don't know, I haven't read them, nor did I get them from someone else. ' (Sören Kierkegaard)
Sören Kierkegaard (An audio book by Axel Grube)
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An audio book by Axel Grube
Playing time: 78 min.
Speaker - Axel Grube
Intermediate music: keit, Detlef Klepsch and Axel Grube