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سورین کیرکیگارد
Head and shoulders sketch portrait of a young man in his twenties, which emphasizes the face, full hair, open eyes forward, with a hint of a smile. His attire is formal, with a necktie and lapel.
جم 5 مئی 1813(1813-05-05)
کوپن ہیگن، ڈنمارک
موت 11 نومبر 1855(1855-11-11) (عمر 42)
کوپن ہیگن، ڈنمارک
مادر علمی کوپن ہیگن یونیورسٹی
ویلہ 19th-century philosophy
علاقہ Western philosophy
سکول Danish Golden Age Literary and Artistic Tradition; precursor to Continental philosophy,[1][2] Existentialism (agnostic, atheistic, Christian), Existential psychology, Absurdism, Neo-orthodoxy, and many more
مکھ رچیاں
عیسائیت، نفسیات، فلسفہ
مکھ وچار
Regarded as the father of Existentialism
Angst
Existential despair
Three spheres of human existence
Knight of faith
Infinite qualitative distinction
The works of love
The Absurd
Present age
The Crowd
Levelling
Leap of faith
Faith as a passion
Signature
Signature, which reads: "S. Kierkegaard."

سورین آبئے کرکیگارد (/ˈsɔrən ˈkɪərkəɡɑrd/ جاں /ˈkɪərkəɡɔr/; سانچہ:IPA-da) (5 مئی 1813 – 11 نومبر 1855) اک ڈینش فلسفی، مذہبی مصلح، شاعر، سماجی نقاد، اتے مذہبی لکھاری سی موجودیت دا پہلا فلسفی منیا جاندا ہے۔ [5]

حوالے[لکھو]

  1. This classification is anachronistic; Kierkegaard was an exceptionally unique thinker and his works do not fit neatly into any one philosophical school or tradition, nor did he identify himself with any. His works are considered precursor to many schools of thought developed in the 20th and 21st centuries. See 20th century receptions in Cambridge Companion to Kierkegaard.
  2. سائیٹ غلطی:ناں منیا جان والا <ref> ٹیگ کوئی لکھت نئیں دتی گئی اتے پتے CambComp لئی۔
  3. The influence of Socrates can be seen in Kierkegaard's Philosophical Fragments, Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragments, Sickness Unto Death and Works of Love.
  4. Niels Jørgen Cappelørn, Jon (Jon Bartley) Stewart (eds.), Kierkegaard Revisited, Walter de Gruyter, 1997, p. 114.
  5. Swenson, David F. Something About Kierkegaard, Mercer University Press, 2000.