Kierkegaard’s Idea of Choice and Self in ‘Either/Or’

In Either/Or, Søren Kierkegaard seeks to elucidate the contrasts and interrelationships between the aesthetical and the ethical modes of existence. Within the essay, Kierkegaard confronts the readers with a choice between two forms of existence: the aesthetic, which regards pleasure as the highest value of life, and the ethical, which views the world in terms … Read moreKierkegaard’s Idea of Choice and Self in ‘Either/Or’