The Lonely Labyrinth: Kierkegaard's Pseudonymous Works

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5
REPETITION, FEAR AND TREMBLING

I. Edifying Discourses
Simultaneously with the publication of pseudonymous works in the early 1840s, Kierkegaard was also publishing a series of devotional works under his own name. A brief listing of the titles and publication dates of these works may prove enlightening.
TWO EDIFYING DISCOURSES (16 May 1843)
1. The Expectation of Faith
2. Every Good and Every Perfect Gift Is from Above

THREE EDIFYING DISCOURSES (16 October 1843)
1. Love Shall Cover a Multitude of Sins
2. Love Shall Cover a Multitude of Sins
3. Strengthened in the Inner Man

FOUR EDIFYING DISCOURSES (6 December 1843)
1. The Lord Gave, and the Lord Hath Taken Away
2. Every Good and Every Perfect Gift Is from Above
3. Every Good and Every Perfect Gift Is from Above
4. To Acquire One's Soul in Patience

TWO EDIFYING DISCOURSES (5 March 1844)
1. To Preserve One's Soul in Patience
2. Patient in Expectation

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  • PHILOSOPHICAL EXPLORATIONS i
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • SHORT TITLES xix
  • Part One 3
  • I- Beginnings 3
  • 2- Kierkegaard's World 18
  • 3- Preparations 50
  • Part Two 75
  • 4- Either/Or 75
  • 5- Repetition, Fear and Trembling 109
  • 6- Philosophical Fragments 136
  • 7- The Concept of Dread 150
  • 8- Stages on Life's Way 165
  • 9- Concluding Unscientific Postscript 184
  • 10- Conclusion 207
  • NOTES / INDEX 215
  • Notes 217
  • Index 239
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