64: The Concept of Anxiety
How do you read a philosophical work that explicitly disqualifies you from its readership? If the path of an argument seems perversely obscure and digressive, is it okay to throw rigor to the winds and just enjoy the sights along the way?
The Sometime Seminar discusses The Concept of Anxiety (1844) by Søren Kierkegaard. (Recently retranslated by Alastair Hannay in 2014; also available in the standard English edition of Kierkegaard’s works.)