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Søren Kierkegaard (1813 - 1855)
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So to be sick unto death is, not to be able to die--yet not as though there were hope of life (the sickness unto death)
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1813   born in Copenhagen on May 5.Parents:Michael Pedersen Kierkegaard and Anne Sørensdatter Lund Kierkegaard
1821   starts school in Copenhagen
1828   Confirmed by Pastor J. P. Mynster
1830   Starts University in Copenhagen.Theology student
1834   First entry into journals.
July:his mother Anne Sørensdatter Lund dies
1837   Meets Regine Olsen for the first time at Frederiksberg
1838   His father Michael Pedersen Kierkegaard dies
From the Papers of One Still Living
1840   July:Completes examination for degree (magna cum laude)
September:Proposes to Regine Olsen and engages two days later
1841   Thesis:The Concept of Irony
August 11:Returns Regine Olsen's engagement ring
October:brakes engagement with Regine Olsen.
October:travels to Berlin to study
1842   March:Returns to Copenhagen
1843   February:Either/Or
May 16:Two Upbuilding Discourses
October:Fear and Trembling
December:Four Upbuilding Discourses
1844   June:Philosophical Fragments
June:The Concept of Anxiety
1845   April:Three Discourses on Imagined Occasions
April:Stages on Life's Way
May:Third trip to Berlin
"The Activity of a Traveling Esthetician and How He Still Happened to Pay for the Dinner" (Article published in The Corsair)
1846   February:Concluding Unscientific Postscript
March:Two Ages
May:Fourth trip to Berlin
1847   September:Works of Love
November 9:Regine Olsen marries Fritz Schlegel
1848   Mayl:Christian Discourses
1849   July:The Sickness Unto Death
1850   September:Practice in Christianity
December:An Upbuilding Discourse
1851   September:For Self-Examination
1854   January:Death of Bishop Mynster
Writes an article in the fatherland entitled "Was Bishop Mynster a 'Witness to the Truth'..."
1855   March:Article in The Fatherland: "With regard to Bishop Mynster's death"
March: An article in The Fatherland n.9: "The religious situation"
April: An article in The Fatherland n.16: "What a cruel punishment!"
May:Starts The Moment
June:The Moment 2nd number
June 27:The Moment 3rd number
July:The Moment 4th number
July:The Moment 5th number
August :The Moment 6th number
August :The Moment 7th number
September:The Moment number 8
September:The Moment 9th number this was the last number of The Moment
Number 10 was published posthumously.
October 2:Enters Frederiks Hospital
November 11:Dies.
November 18:Funeral and burial.

Ce qu'on fait n'est jamais compris mais seulement loué ou blâmé. Nietzsche, Gay Science

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