Søren Kierkegaard On What It Means To Be A Poet

A mildly depressing quote that can be interpreted optimistically

Søren Kierkegaard was christian existentialist philosopher living in the 1800s in Denmark. What is existentialism? It’s the idea that individuals are ultimately free to make their own choices, and are therefore responsible for their own life in this strange world.

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