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Re: Kierkegaard
« Reply #45 on: February 26, 2017, 02:40:41 AM »
I have two volumes of Nietzsche's compiled works. Is there anything equivalent to that published of Dostoyevsky?
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Re: Kierkegaard
« Reply #46 on: February 26, 2017, 03:03:48 AM »
I have two volumes of Nietzsche's compiled works. Is there anything equivalent to that published of Dostoyevsky?
No idea... There is a risk you have to buy his Works seperate. There are 4 novels that are a must read: The idiot, Brothers Karamazov, Crime and punishment and Demons. The greatest of those 4 is definately Brothers Karamazov. That one is a must read that you Will probably never regret Having read.
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Re: Dostoyevsky
« Reply #47 on: February 26, 2017, 03:08:07 AM »
Has anyone read Dostoyevsky? If so, how does he compare to Nietzsche and Kierkegaard? I seem to hear them all mentioned all together.

D is mildly anti-semitic like N, but wildly religious like K.  I would say in looks D is much closer to K, because the man-stache is the defining characteristic of N, and D can't compete on that front. However, I don't think that K would look well upon the problems D had like committing adultery and gambling addiction. On the other hand D took in kids and raised them as his own, which would probably please K more than N. These are my opinions.

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Re: Dostoyevsky
« Reply #48 on: February 26, 2017, 03:20:03 AM »
Has anyone read Dostoyevsky? If so, how does he compare to Nietzsche and Kierkegaard? I seem to hear them all mentioned all together.

D is mildly anti-semitic like N, but wildly religious like K.  I would say in looks D is much closer to K, because the man-stache is the defining characteristic of N, and D can't compete on that front. However, I don't think that K would look well upon the problems D had like committing adultery and gambling addiction. On the other hand D took in kids and raised them as his own, which would probably please K more than N. These are my opinions.
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Re: Dostoyevsky
« Reply #49 on: February 26, 2017, 03:33:54 AM »
Has anyone read Dostoyevsky? If so, how does he compare to Nietzsche and Kierkegaard? I seem to hear them all mentioned all together.

D is mildly anti-semitic like N, but wildly religious like K.  I would say in looks D is much closer to K, because the man-stache is the defining characteristic of N, and D can't compete on that front. However, I don't think that K would look well upon the problems D had like committing adultery and gambling addiction. On the other hand D took in kids and raised them as his own, which would probably please K more than N. These are my opinions.
Did Dostoevsky commit adultery?

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Re: Dostoyevsky
« Reply #50 on: February 26, 2017, 03:41:57 AM »
Has anyone read Dostoyevsky? If so, how does he compare to Nietzsche and Kierkegaard? I seem to hear them all mentioned all together.

D is mildly anti-semitic like N, but wildly religious like K.  I would say in looks D is much closer to K, because the man-stache is the defining characteristic of N, and D can't compete on that front. However, I don't think that K would look well upon the problems D had like committing adultery and gambling addiction. On the other hand D took in kids and raised them as his own, which would probably please K more than N. These are my opinions.
Did Dostoevsky commit adultery?

Indeed, more than once.
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Re: Kierkegaard
« Reply #51 on: February 26, 2017, 04:16:10 AM »
I have two volumes of Nietzsche's compiled works. Is there anything equivalent to that published of Dostoyevsky?
No idea... There is a risk you have to buy his Works seperate. There are 4 novels that are a must read: The idiot, Brothers Karamazov, Crime and punishment and Demons. The greatest of those 4 is definately Brothers Karamazov. That one is a must read that you Will probably never regret Having read.

I haven't read it and I don't regret it.
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Re: Kierkegaard
« Reply #52 on: February 26, 2017, 04:39:20 AM »
I have two volumes of Nietzsche's compiled works. Is there anything equivalent to that published of Dostoyevsky?
No idea... There is a risk you have to buy his Works seperate. There are 4 novels that are a must read: The idiot, Brothers Karamazov, Crime and punishment and Demons. The greatest of those 4 is definately Brothers Karamazov. That one is a must read that you Will probably never regret Having read.

I haven't read it and I don't regret it.
I said if you read it you probably wont regret it
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Re: Kierkegaard
« Reply #53 on: February 26, 2017, 04:40:15 AM »
I have two volumes of Nietzsche's compiled works. Is there anything equivalent to that published of Dostoyevsky?
No idea... There is a risk you have to buy his Works seperate. There are 4 novels that are a must read: The idiot, Brothers Karamazov, Crime and punishment and Demons. The greatest of those 4 is definately Brothers Karamazov. That one is a must read that you Will probably never regret Having read.

I haven't read it and I don't regret it.
I said if you read it you probably wont regret it

I wrote I haven't read it.
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