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Kierkegaard, Sören: Fear and Trembling, v.1, 22 October 2008.

Sören Kierkegaard (1813–1855)
Fear and Trembling: A Dialectical Lyric (1843)
Translated from the Danish by Walter Lowrie (1868–1959)

Kierkegaard explores the nature of religious commitment by looking at the story of Abraham and Isaac.

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