What do I need to fully understand Either Or? The only philosopher I've read before is Nietzsche. It wasn't so hard, I became familiar with his concepts and went straight away. Do I need something else for Kierkegaard?
>>12577639No. Just don't get the abridged penguin edition because it's shit.
>>12577639Learn danish, read the bible, memorize the Formula concordiae, read ALL medieval philosophy and you are good to go
>>12577639At least have some familiarity with the Bible, and the Lutheran tradition. Then, you should be good to go.
>>12577639Some Socratic dialogues would be nice. Otherwise zero prereqs
If you've already read Nietzsche, there's really no need to read Kierkegaard. He literally stole Nietzsche's ideas yet even manages to make those same ideas seem less profound
>>12577710Based retrocausality poster
>>12577710The irony is causing me physical pain.
>>12577710I wish to punch your face in