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psychological literature. In The Sickness Unto Death, Kierkegaard outlines his theory of the self in relation to his categories of despair, wherein despair is a "disease" of the self.
"The Sickness Unto Death" Old man in a rocking chair You wake up, you've been living alone After all these years Surrounded by these shards of mirrors And how'd it get so quiet here, You wonder, where did everyone go? You tried so hard to make people remember you for something you were not
The concept of the sickness unto death must be understood, however, in a peculiar sense. Literally it means a sickness the end and outcome of which is death. Thus one speaks of a mortal sickness as synonymous with a sickness unto death. In this sense despair cannot be called the sickness unto death. The Sickness Unto Death is a companion piece to the Concept of Anxiety, which is also a "psychological" work, and moves beyond the earlier preliminary psychological considerations of anxiety in the face of freedom or anxiety derived from and leading to sin. Like its companion, this work is short but very dense.
The Sickness Unto Death 156. by Soren Kierkegaard. Paperback $ 8.80. Hardcover Death on Lake Ice begins with reclusive but brilliant engineer Jacob Adami deciding