Søren Kierkegaard Writing Styles in Either/Or

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The author is a 19th century man. He is a Dane of Scandinavia. Due to this, he might think of himself as a Southerner even though most will view him as a man of the far North. He is Christian man, of a Protestant country. The nation's religion is Lutheran. The politics of religion were worked out such that his monarch was also the head of the nation's clerics. While this does not suit North Americans who keep their heads of state and their chief clerics separate despite the evident mutual influence, it was viewed as the best solution for the monarchistic Danes of the era. Essentially, this meant that Denmark was independent of the Pope in Rome, Italy. Some might justifiably suggest that this is actually indicative of the demise of the Roman Empire and the victory of Gutenberg's printing press and those others who brought the...

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