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Book Review – Dostoevsky, Kirekegaard, Nietzsche, & Kafka by William Hubben

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6 thoughts on “Book Review – Dostoevsky, Kirekegaard, Nietzsche, & Kafka by William Hubben

  1. Joseph K.

    I will definitely need to read this. It sounds right up my alley. You know, we live not to far (in Russian terms) from where Dostoevsky was exiled to in Siberia. You would probably love it!

  2. Michael Byrd

    Have you read Muggeridge on Kierkegaard and Dostoyevski? This book sounds similar but Muggeridge adds see others. I think Tolstoy and Blake?

    • ajcerda

      Michael are you referring to Third Testament? If so then yes. I read it a few years ago. I think Augustine was in there as well.

  3. Aimee Toups

    Whenever I read any of these guys I just want to curl up in a dark corner in a fetal position and start weeping. They are too intense for me psychologically. I can’t handle it. I’m glad some people can!

    • ajcerda

      Hello Aimee, your comment made me laugh. I know you are not alone!

  4. ajcerda

    Joseph have you had the opportunity to visit any historical sites related to Dostoevsky? Do they have any there?

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