Soren Kierkegaard published his Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses throughout the years 1843 and 1844. He followed the Socratic Method by publishing his own view of life under his own name and different views of life under pseudonyms. His own view was that of "a committed Christian trained for the ministry."He published three books on the same day in 1843 and now, in 1844, he will publish four books in the month of June: Three Upbuilding Discourses, June 8, Philosophical Fragments, June 13, Prefaces, and The Concept of Anxiety, June 17. He had a plan in mind as he published these works.

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  • Três Discursos Edificantes é uma obra do filósofo dinamarquês Søren Kierkegaard, editada a 8 de Junho de 1844, sendo assinada com o seu próprio nome. A obra é precedida por Dois Discursos Edificantes (1844) e sucedida por Migalhas Filosóficas. Faz parte da série de "Dezoito Discursos Edificantes" (Atten Opbyggelige Taler) iniciada em 1843 e terminada em 1845. A obra está dividida em três seções: Esta série de discursos também é dedicada ao seu pai, Michael Pedersen Kierkegaard, tal como a maioria dos seus discursos. Também inclui outra dedicatória: áquele indivíduo singular a quem como gratidão e alegria chamo de meu leitor. De acordo com alguns autores, 0 meu leitor refere-se a Regine Olsen. (pt)
  • Soren Kierkegaard published his Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses throughout the years 1843 and 1844. He followed the Socratic Method by publishing his own view of life under his own name and different views of life under pseudonyms. His own view was that of "a committed Christian trained for the ministry." He published three books on the same day in 1843 and now, in 1844, he will publish four books in the month of June: Three Upbuilding Discourses, June 8, Philosophical Fragments, June 13, Prefaces, and The Concept of Anxiety, June 17. He had a plan in mind as he published these works. Kierkegaard says, "all who are expecting do have one thing in common, that they are expecting something in the future, because expectancy and the future are inseparable ideas." But many people live in "conflict with the future" Yet, "by the eternal, one can conquer the future, because the eternal is the ground of the future, and therefore through it the future can be fathomed. What, then, is the eternal power in a human being? It is faith. What is the expectancy of faith? Victory-or, as Scripture so earnestly and so movingly teaches us, that all things must serve for good those who love God." Kierkegaard writes about expectancy once more in these discourses. Expectancy has to do with hope. "The healthy individual lives simultaneously in hope and in recollection, and only thereby does his life gain true and substantive continuity. Thus he has hope and therefore does not wish to go backward in time, as do those who live only in recollection. What, then, does recollection do for him, for it certainly must have some influence? It places a sharp on the note of the moment; the further back it goes, the more often the repetition, the more sharps there are. For example, if in the present year he experiences an erotic moment, this is augmented by his recollection of it in the previous year etc. … Hope hovers over it as a hope of eternity that fills out the moment. Kierkegaard writes about remembering one's Creator, hoping, being concerned about one's eternal salvation, and knowing one's place in the world in these discourses. (en)
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  • Três Discursos Edificantes é uma obra do filósofo dinamarquês Søren Kierkegaard, editada a 8 de Junho de 1844, sendo assinada com o seu próprio nome. A obra é precedida por Dois Discursos Edificantes (1844) e sucedida por Migalhas Filosóficas.Faz parte da série de "Dezoito Discursos Edificantes" (Atten Opbyggelige Taler) iniciada em 1843 e terminada em 1845. A obra está dividida em três seções: (pt)
  • Soren Kierkegaard published his Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses throughout the years 1843 and 1844. He followed the Socratic Method by publishing his own view of life under his own name and different views of life under pseudonyms. His own view was that of "a committed Christian trained for the ministry."He published three books on the same day in 1843 and now, in 1844, he will publish four books in the month of June: Three Upbuilding Discourses, June 8, Philosophical Fragments, June 13, Prefaces, and The Concept of Anxiety, June 17. He had a plan in mind as he published these works. (en)
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