216. Kierkegaard

August 9, 2009 § Leave a comment

I’ve been reading his Concept of Dread. He builds an entire book on what we might thin of as a small deal, but as he makes clear, dread is a pervasive aspect of human lives, maybe all lives, and yet we do not recognize it, not make much of today. In the past, say in christian meditation, getting clear about such feelings was important. Our sense today of what a human being is is weak because we ignore suc explorations.


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