Everything you need to understand or teach The Seducer's Diary by Søren Kierkegaard.
While The Seducer's Diary is a work of non-fiction, great 19th century philosopher Soren Kierkegaard often writes like a novelist. His philosophical points made under guises, where he takes on multiple personalities and perspectives. He largely asks questions and raises issues to bring his reader to a higher level of consciousness, rather than imposing a view himself.
The Seducer's Diary is part of Kierkegaard's first major work, Either/Or, a two-volume collection of papers. It appears to concern issues of a personal nature in his life. Just prior to the writing of much of Either/Or, Kierkegaard has ended a year-long engagement with a woman named Regine Olsen, a decade younger than he was. Everyone thought they were happy from the outside and their marriage was to unite two wealthy Copenhagen households.
When Kierkegaard first met Regine, he soon thereafter decided to stalk her and this information is...
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