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Fear and Trembling

Fear and Trembling Writing under the pseudonym of Johannes de silentio Kierkegaard uses the form of a dialectical lyric to present his conception of faith Abraham is portrayed as a great man who chose to sacrifice his

  • Title: Fear and Trembling
  • Author: Søren Kierkegaard Alastair Hannay Johannes de Silentio
  • ISBN: 0140444491
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Writing under the pseudonym of Johannes de silentio, Kierkegaard uses the form of a dialectical lyric to present his conception of faith Abraham is portrayed as a great man, who chose to sacrifice his son, Isaac, in the face of conflicting expectations and in defiance of any conceivable ethical standard The infamous and controversial teleological suspension of the ethicWriting under the pseudonym of Johannes de silentio, Kierkegaard uses the form of a dialectical lyric to present his conception of faith Abraham is portrayed as a great man, who chose to sacrifice his son, Isaac, in the face of conflicting expectations and in defiance of any conceivable ethical standard The infamous and controversial teleological suspension of the ethical challenged the contemporary views of Hegel s universal moral system, and the suffering individual must alone make a choice on the strength of the absurd Kierkegaard s writings have inspired both modern Protestant theology and existentialism.

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    1. dear reader,you don't even read this stuff anymore, do you?! i wouldn't if i were you! but that's the difference between me and you! you have no life, are pathetic, sit in front of your computer all day stalking your peers on various social networking sites, while i go on constantly mocking your efforts through half jest and utter disregard for the values you hold dear to your heart!alas, perhaps the joke is on me?!haha, boy do i get ahead of myself sometimes! silly me! yes, that is what i say! [...]

    2. انتظاری که برآورده نشداونقدر که انتظار داشتم و ازش شنیده بودم برام جذاب نبود.نقاط ضعف : - توضیحات اضافه زیادی توی این اثر وجود داره. مطلبی رو که میخواد بیان میکنه، مطمئن میشه که شما مطلب رو متوجه شدید، دوباره مثال میزنه، دوباره مطلب رو بیان میکنه و دوباره مثال میزنه و تغییرات ج [...]

    3. Many readers come to read this book via the Hegel pathway. Or at least realize that a Hegel preamble is required. And most probably such a preamble is indispensable.Alas, I came to it through a side door. As an attendant of a cycle of lectures given at the Prado Museum on the Bible (Old Testament) and Art, I listened, and looked, in fascination to the exposé of one of the Speakers. He examined the myth of Abraham and the Sacrifice of his beloved son Isaac.After portraying what he considered an [...]

    4. کیرکگور، پس از معرفی سه سپهر انسانی (زیبایی طلب، اخلاقی، ایمانی) کتاب "یا این یا آن" خود را به تحلیل دو سپهر نخست اختصاص می دهد، اما سپهر سوم شخصیتی را به کتاب دیگرش، ترس و لرز وا می گذارد.ترس و لرز به تمامی در وصف ماهیت ایمان است، آن سان که کیرکگور تعریف می کند. این دید منحصر به فر [...]

    5. “To contend with the whole world is a comfort, but to contend with oneself is dreadful.”Fear and Trembling is Kierkegaard’s astonishingly dexterous analysis of faith via the Old Testament story of Abraham and Isaac:“And it came to pass after these things, that God did tempt Abraham, and said unto him…Take now thy son, thine only son Isaac, whom thou lovest, and get thee into the land of Moriah; and offer him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee of [...]

    6. It is not an exaggeration to say that Fear and Trembling (1843) was a challenging piece for me to to read, maybe being someone of no religious faith had something to do with it. Kierkegaard (Johannes de silentio) compounds the essential difficulty that lies within the theme of the work, the Akedah, through choosing an alternative pseudonym to praise Abraham as a knight of faith and examine his movements. That the pseudonym's perspective is shrouded in silence seemingly precludes any clear and st [...]

    7. I was going to write that I still come back to this book, even ten years after reading it for the first time. But that's not quite true. What is true is that this book has never really left me; it has worked itself into my psyche and become an automatic philosophical reference point for my life. Kierkegaard's discussion of faith versus resignation is an exhileration to read. His unfolding of the concept of the absurd in the universe is sublime. Everyone should dive into this work, grapple with i [...]

    8. Frygt og Bæven = fear and trembling, Søren Kierkegaard تاریخ نخستین خوانش: پنجم اکتبر سال 1996 میلادیعنوان: ترس و لرز : غزل دیالکتیکی؛ نویسنده: سورن کی یرکگور؛ مترجم: محسن فاطمی؛ تهران، سازمان تبلیغات، 1373؛ در 231 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1374؛ چاپ سوم 1376؛ موضوع: مسیحیت - قرن 20 معنوان: ترس و لرز ؛ نویسنده: سورن کی یرکگور؛ م [...]

    9. افتضاح بود و بسیار بد دوستانِ گرانقدر این کتاب سرشار از خزعبلاتِ تاریخی و نوشتن از نادانی بوددوستانِ گرامی، نویسنده 155 صفحه چرت و پرت و خرافات تحویل داده است، خواهشاً کاری به اسم و رسمِ نویسنده نداشته باشید، این گونه نویسندگان فقط می نویسند برای آنکه نوشته باشنداز آغازِ کتاب [...]

    10. It seems to me that after reading "Fear and Trembling" that all of my thinking on faith lies within Kierkegaard. Which isn't to claim that I understand his arguments but that his arguments have come to dominate the way I think about the issues.Curiously although Kierkegaard's voice comes at us from the margins he seems oddly part of a broad current of nineteenth century writing, Dostoevsky, if he cold have got past the author being a non-Russian and a Lutheran would have agreed with the emphasis [...]

    11. " خوف و رعدة "أنشودة جدلية تأليف :-يوحنا الصامت - وهو اسم وهمي لكيركيغاردكوبنهاغن ١٨٤٣( الإيمان يبدأ تمامًا عندما يرحل التفكير )تقوم فلسفة كيركيغارد عمومًا على التمييز بين كل سؤال فلسفي عن وجود الله وبين موقفنا الفردي من الإجابة على هذا السؤال، كل إجابة يجدها العقل بمفرده بإيم [...]

    12. Fear and Trembling was originally published in 1843 written in Danish and under a pseudonymous name. The purpose of the book was two fold. First Kierkegaard wanted to describe the nature of true faith using the story of Abraham almost sacrificing Isaac to illustrate the concept. Second he wanted to counter the philosophy of Hegel who maintained that reason was the highest form of thought. Kierkegaard argued that faith was higher than reason.However, Kierkegaard's understanding of faith was somet [...]

    13. I finished this book yesterday at my favourite Café. As I was sitting outside in my beret, smoking and drinking black coffee, I became a little self-conscious at the glances from passersby. Was the beret a little too 'Café philosophique'? Nah. So Fear and Trembling* discusses Abraham 'the father of faith' and his no-questions-asked agreement to sacrifice Isaac, his only son, at God's command. Kierkegaard says we cannot possibly understand Abrahams actions, his willingness to do the deed is inc [...]

    14. "کی یر کگارد ترس و لرز را بهترین کتاب خود می دانست. او میگفت این کتاب برای جاودانه کردن نام من کافی است. دیالکتیک تغزلی او, هنر او در وادار ساختن ما به حس کردن خصلت های ویژه این قلمرو مذهبهرگز چنین ژرف بر ما تاثیر ننهاده است, و نیز هرگز روایتش تا این حد با شخصی ترین جدال هایش در پیو [...]

    15. I read this book in translation. I was in awe of its author. However, the book is an easy read and the central situation (that Abraham has to sacrifice his only son Issac on God's command) around which the whole text revolves is intriguing and interesting too. Almost on every second page, I would read a line or two, and then just reflect on what is relayed. For instance, ''Faith begins where reason stops,'' and there are long sentences that one can think about for a long time. I also think that [...]

    16. Faith, is “the paradox of existence.” It is “look[ing] impossibility in the eye.” As such, Faith is the subject of this work which Kierkegaard limns through the pseudonymous authorship–a stratagem that I think grants him some of the freedom reserved for the writer of fiction–of one Johannes de silentio. So who is Johannes de silentio? He is funny: “Here we already have plenty to speak of for several Sundays, so there is no need to rush.”down-to-earth(?): “Instead of learning fr [...]

    17. عنوان دیگر و دقیق تری که برای این کتاب میتوان انتخاب کرد: دیالکتیک ایماندر انتخاب مترجم برای خواندن این کتاب باید دقت بسیاری داشت!از متن:"ایمان دقیقا از همان جایی آغاز می شود که عقل پایان می یابد."

    18. I'll wholeheartedly admit that I don't completely understand everything in these kinds of philosophy books as I'm not a Kierkegaard scholar and I'm certainly not a philosophy scholar, but I do understand his messages, his profound messages hidden in a cobweb of philosophical jargon, Christian study, Greek mythology references, European fairy tales and some poetry sprinkled on top of it all.Fear and Trembling is his investigation into the paradox of faith, his complex analysis of Christianity and [...]

    19. بی تردید این کتاب از هر جهت کتابی فوق العاده است. کتابی ست که تو را با خود به لبه های پرتگاه انسان می برد، به مرزهای اخلاق، مرزهای دین داری، مرز های ایمان، و مرزهای انسانیت. کتاب حکایت ترس و لرز است، ترس و لرزی که به واقع سراپای هستی انسان را یک آن فرا میگیرد و انسان در می ماند، خش [...]

    20. "Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." "People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." "The most painful state of being is remembering the future, particularly the one you'll never have." Such a happy guy. I think the old sitcom Family Ties got it right when the Dad was reading "Kierkegaard for Dads." He summed it up by saying that "no matter how depressed I am, he is even more depressed. I find that strangely [...]

    21. One of the most powerful examinatons of religious faith I have ever read. It is written deeply, exactingly, disturbingly. If you take it for what it is, it will give you an emotional tumble, a mental workout, and a spiritual shake by the shoulders.This is the kind of thing they keep a thousand miles from Sunday school. The real, raw, fucked-up aspects of believing in the Big Man Upstairs. This is one of the most influential Christian texts one can find in the modern era, and I originally had tha [...]

    22. I first read this piece in a philosophy class devoted entirely to Kierkegaard. At the time I wasn't overly enthralled with his work. I think I was partly turned off by the know it all sophomore in the graduate level class who insisted on being smack dab in the middle and dominating every conversation. In the years since, however, after reading other existentialist authors, and seeing K's influence on them, I've gone back to some of his more accessible works. I especially like that most of his ph [...]

    23. حالا که دارم بیماری به سوی مرگ رو می‌خونم این کتاب برام شکل جدیدی پیدا کرده. و راستش فکر می‌کنم این اختلاف چندین ساله در خواندن این دو کتاب برای من بسیار مناسبت داشته. ترس و لرز رو در اوایل دهه‌ی بیست زندگیم خوندم، وقتی سر بسیار پرشوری داشتم و بهترین توصیف برای من "ایده‌آلیست" [...]

    24. برای من فلسفه ی کیرکگارد شاید خلاصه بشه در داستان ابراهیم و برتری ساحت ایمان نسبت به ساحت اخلاقی. وقتی کیرکگارد داستان ابراهیم و اینکه حاضر میشه اسحاق رو چون خدا گفته قربانی کنه تعریف می کنه مو بر تن آدم سیخ میشه. اما علاوه بر اون باعث میشه که آدم وحشتناکی اینو بفهمه که ایدئولو [...]

    25. The Grand Leap of FaithFirst published in The New Indian ExpressI hope it is still in vogue among college-going folk to discuss not just the important matters of the day, but also vain philosophical question like, ‘What is the meaning of life?’ Or: ‘Is there a God, and if there is a God, how are we to act?’I remember discussing such things with friends in the wee hours of hostel rooftop parties. Although the arguments never resolved, they made us feel the need to be better prepared. Anyo [...]

    26. Encore une fois, je suis fâché de ne pas connaître assez Hegel : tant d'auteurs qui se liguent contre lui, et je ne comprends jamais vraiment pourquoi! Dans cet ouvrage, Søren Kierkegaard, un philosophe danois du XIXème siècle nous propose d'examiner quelques paradoxes afin d'éprouver la relation entre la foi et la raison. Pour ce faire, il part à la racine de la foi monothéiste, l'histoire d'Abraham, dont le moment clef est l'épreuve que Yahvé lui impose en lui demandant de sacrifier [...]

    27. ترس و لرز هرچند ظاهری شاعرانه دارد ولی به تمام معنای یک اثر کلاسیک فلسفی است؛ پر از ایده‌های بکر و ظرایف فلسفی که فقط می‌توان با خواندن مکرر در مکرر متن از آنان پرده برداشت. شاید لذت‌بخش‌ترین بخش متن، موقعیت کیرکگور در نسبت با ابراهیم است: موقعیت سخن گفتن از تجربه «امر سخن‌ن [...]

    28. تموم شدنش مصادف شد با شب تاسوعا،و این بیت که آخرش میگهکه ابراهیم وعده کرد و حسین به جا آورد

    29. Kierkegaard's aim is to explain a paradox, the act of which is a knowing paradox unto itself. And since it's a work of irony and contradiction, it gives him a pretty good critical angle in exploring the contradiction in ethics, aesthetics, theology, and elsewhere. It's a fairly original piece, and his embrace of the absurd is a pretty clear cut prelude to existentialism. However with the originality comes its paradoxical incommensurability, beyond the critiques it intends itself almost as more o [...]

    30. Søren’s pseudonymous author Johannes de Silentio here is trying to come to grips with faith.Johannes de Silentio himself doesn't seem to understand faith. He is filled with awe and admiration for Abraham but cannot understand him.Is Abraham a tragic hero? Or is he just a murderer? Or is he a knight of faith?Abraham here is a knight of faith because he is not just resigned to the fact that he needs to sacrifice his son but he believes that he will not lose Isaac on the strength of absurd. He h [...]

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