Abstract and Keywords
Kierkegaard is the most important Danish philosopher of the nineteenth century. He had a substantial influence on early twentieth-century German and French philosophy through contributions in ethics, moral psychology, and philosophy of religion. The chapter provides an interpretation of Kierkegaard’s project in the pseudonymous works, with an emphasis on his practical philosophy, moral psychology, and moral and religious epistemology.
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