Posts Tagged: Anxiety

Franz Kafka – The Burrow

“I live in peace in the inmost chamber of my house, and meanwhile the enemy may be burrowing his way slowly and stealthily straight toward me.” “And if a serious attack were attempted, what pattern of entrance at all would

Franz Kafka – The Burrow

“I live in peace in the inmost chamber of my house, and meanwhile the enemy may be burrowing his way slowly and stealthily straight toward me.” “And if a serious attack were attempted, what pattern of entrance at all would

Søren Kierkegaard – The Concept of Anxiety

Anxiety is neither a category of necessity nor a category of freedom; it is entangled freedom, where freedom is not free in itself but entangled, not by necessity, but in itself” (145 Kierkegaard The Concept of Anxiety). For Kierkegaard, “Anxiety

Søren Kierkegaard – The Concept of Anxiety

Anxiety is neither a category of necessity nor a category of freedom; it is entangled freedom, where freedom is not free in itself but entangled, not by necessity, but in itself” (145 Kierkegaard The Concept of Anxiety). For Kierkegaard, “Anxiety