Stages on Life’s Way: The Religious – Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard’s second book Stages on Life’s Way was written as a continuation of his masterpiece Either/Or where he introduced the Aesthetic and the Ethical stages. In Stages on Life’s Way, Kierkegaard introduces a third stage: the Religious. Kierkegaard was a Christian, but if you compared him to every other Christian you’ve ever met, he’s aContinue reading “Stages on Life’s Way: The Religious – Kierkegaard”

Book Review: 1984 – George Orwell

George Orwell, perhaps one of the most influential English novelists of the 20th century, was a heavy opponent of totalitarian regimes, especially after what had happened in Nazi Germany and Communist Russia. Rating He depicts what a world could possibly look like under an authoritarian regime in his dystopian novel 1984, coining neologisms such asContinue reading “Book Review: 1984 – George Orwell”

Book Review: Thus Spoke Zarathustra – Friedrich Nietzsche

It is no wonder that Thus Spoke Zarathustra was Nietzsche’s favorite of his creations. There’s so much we can learn today from this book. Rating It presents the journey of Persian prophet Zarathustra, who was in solitude in the mountains for a decade and has grown weary of his wisdom, beginning his down-going to humanityContinue reading “Book Review: Thus Spoke Zarathustra – Friedrich Nietzsche”