Book cover to Études kierkegaardiennes
|Original title||Études kierkegaardiennes|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
Kierkegaardian Studies (French: Études kierkegaardiennes) is a 1938 book about Søren Kierkegaard by philosopher Jean Wahl. Its publication marked a significant turning-point in French philosophy, which formally introduced and disseminated Kierkegaard's philosophy to France. Kierkegaardian Studies was one of the first French studies of Kierkegaard to treat him as a coherent philosopher and theologian, and raised questions that became central to Kierkegaard studies and to Existentialism in general. Before Wahl's book, very few people in France knew much about Kierkegaard. After it, almost every French intellectual did.
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