Yesterday, the 5th of May 2015 marked the 202nd anniversary of the birth of Soren Kierkegaard, the thinker known as the “Father of Existentialism”. Kierkegaard was a Danish philosopher who wrote critical texts on organised religion, morality, ethics and psychology. His theological work focused on Christian ethics, the institution of the church and proofs of Christianity. In the 20th century, Kierkegaard’s work didn’t only influence philosophers but made a considerable impact on literature and psychology, effecting ideas of modernity and postmodernity. Quoted, misquoted, translated and shared, his essays are available in different languages throughout the world.
To celebrate this auspicious birth we’re offering 20% off our newly re-printed edition of Kierkegaard’s Gospel of Sufferings (translated by A.S. Aldworth and W.S. Ferrie). The offer is available on our website using the code GOSRP20JC until the end of June.
And that is not the only Kierkegaardian title we have avaiable. See see them all, click the photo!