Kierkegaard received a master's degree from the University of Copenhagen in philosophy and theology in 1840. He is regarded as the founder of Existentialism and was a fervent critic of Rationalism during the nineteenth century. His first work, which was produced while he was in self-imposed exile in Berlin, Either/Or, was published in 1843. His other works of note include Fear and Trembling (1843), Repetition (1843), Philosophical Fragments (1844), The Concept of Dread (1844), Stage's on Life's Way (1845) and Concluding Unscientific Postscript (1846).
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The Banquet (In Vino Veritas)
The Crowd Is Untruth
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