Three Stages of Life by Kierkegaard
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This paper discusses Kierkegaard's three stages of life; aesthetic, ethical, and religious. The paper explains that each of these stages of life is experienced at different stages depending on the choices people make and the reflection of their inward selves. The paper argues that the religious stage was the higher stage to reach and anyone reaching this stage had to leap to faith.
From the Paper:""It is not so much as what is believed as it is how it is believed" ("Truth as Subjectivity"). Soren Kierkegaard believed in the importance of a leap into religion and he believed that it was not as important as to what a person believed, but the way he experienced his belief. Soren Kierkegaard has three stages of life: Aesthetic, ethical, and religious. Each of these stages of life is experienced at different stages depending on the choices people make and the reflection of their inward selves. Aesthetic or First Stage of Life: The first stage of life according to Kierkegaard is aesthetic and this..."
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