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I can imagine him able to bring a girl to the point where he was sure she would sacrifice all then he would leave without a word let a lone a declaration a promise. The unhappy girl would retain the consciousness of it with double bitterness because there was not the slightest thing she could appeal to.
She could only be constantly tossed about in a terrible witches’ dance at one moment reproaching herself forgiving him at another reproaching him and then since the relationship would only have been actual in a figurative sense she would constantly have to contend with the doubt that the whole thing might only have been an imagination. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Diario (Søren Kierkegaard)
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Si tratta di una figura demoniaca, che arriva a possedere la donna, rapita dalla musica ammaliante della sua arte, per poi abbandonarla in una logorante disperazione.
Questa nuova “Il diario del seduttore”, pubblicato da Kierkegaard nelmette in scena l’astuto ed elegante gioco estetico del seduttore che conquista la sua preda incantandola con le armi dello spirito.
Chiude il libro un saggio di Gianni Garrera sul profilo religioso del seduttore in Kierkegaard. Classici del pensieropages. Published by Rizzoli first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask disrio readers questions about Diario del seduttoreplease sign up. Do I have to know a lot about Kierkegaard’s theories before reading this?
Or would I understand the book as I read? In this book Kierkegaard shows the characteristics and the limits of aestetic life: The last one belongs to other works – such as Fear and Trembling – so you only need to know that Kierkegaard distinguishes three different stages: Then, because of Kierkegaard religious education, he will show you why aestetic life is solved in a failure, and from this point, this book is connected with the other part of Enten-Eller, where there is a comparison between aestetic and ethic life.
So, you need to know: Hegel is not necessary to deal with this book, but remember that Kierkegaard can’t stand him and his Idealism.
See 1 question about Diario del seduttore…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I was reminded of this book when I got to the big seduction scene in Cohen’s Belle du Seigneur. Solal spends about 30 pages describing in great detail to Ariane all the psychological tricks he uses when he goes about performing a seduction, complaining that women are dumb enough to fall for it, and indeed require this kind of treatment.
He is ostensibly doing it to repulse her, but in fact his explanation is very seductive, and indeed works brilliantly. I get the impression that Kierkegaard was I was reminded of this book when I got to the big seduction scene in Cohen’s Belle du Seigneur.
I get the impression that Kierkegaard was doing pretty much the same thing with Regine, the girl he was keen on, though in real life the effect seems to have been the opposite; they broke up, and never got back together again. Maybe he was doing her a favor, since the couple in Cohen’s novel don’t exactly have a happy life together.
It’s not clear to me whether Cohen is explicitly referring to Kierkegaard, but I think that there are too many parallels for it to be a coincidence. Basically, Lodge thinks that Kierkegaard was a complete asshole, and should just have had more sense. It’s interesting to see what different takes Cohen and Lodge have on this affair. I don’t think we should take this too seriously, however – the character presenting the argument was pretty drunk at the time.
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The book was boring imo but I loved the writing style. I’m not quite sure how I feel about this one long chapter, except that the author is trying to take pride in a romantic failure. Oddly enough he succeeds. Here is my take on Kierkegaard I read more than half of this book before I sort of gave up but I’m counting it anyways bc I got the gist of the story. Kierkegaard is a talented writer, but I didn’t enjoy this all that much honestly.
Aesthetic cover and some meaningful quotes though. Nevertheless, the god of love is blind and if one is clever one can delude him. The trick is to be as receptive in regard to impressions as possible to know the impression you are making and the impression each girl makes on you.
In this way you can even be in love with many at the same time, because you are differently in love. Loving just one is too little; loving all is being superficial; knowing yourself and loving as many as possible, letting your soul hide all powers of love in itself, so that each gets its particular nourishment while consciousness nevertheless embraces it all — that is enjoyment, that is living.
A fascinating insight into the mind of a morally horrifying protagonist. Diario de un seductor: Una historia que, a primera vista, puede parecer muy Diario de un seductor: El protagonista es un seductor nato y aplica todas sus habilidades, tanto indirecta como directamente, para seducir y conquistar a la mencionada mujer que lo tiene fascinado.
Medio manipulador en algunas cuestiones. A grandes rasgos, todo se limita a la toma de decisiones a lo largo de nuestras vidas y son nuestros actos los que nos definen. A hasty glance at those loose papers told me that they contained interpretations of erotic situations, a few remarks about one or another relationship, drafts for letters of a very peculiar character, which later I learned to know in their artistically perfected calculated carelessness.
There is nothing indeed which involves to much leading astray and which is so subject to anathema as a secret. A mirror hangs on the opposite wall, she pays no attention to it, but the mirror is aware of her. How f A hasty glance at those loose papers told me that they contained interpretations of erotic situations, a few remarks about one or another relationship, drafts for letters of a very peculiar character, which later I learned to know in their artistically perfected calculated carelessness.
How faithfully it has caught her image, like a humble slave3 who shows high utter devotion buy his faithfulness, a slave for whom she indeed has significance, but who has no significance for her, who dares to hold her, but not to enfold her. Unhappy mirror, that can hold her image but not herself, unhappy mirror, that cannot conceal her image in its hidden depths from the whole world, that, on the contrary, can only betray it to others, as now to me! What agony, if a human being were thus constituted!
And yet there are not many persons like that, who own a thing only in the moment when they show it to others, who grasp only the surface, never the essence, who lose everything when this is revealed, just as this mirror would lose her image, if she by a single breath were to betray her heart to it? The last of these is an extremely important piece of information for all sedate and constant suitors, to whom it would never occur to fall in love with an engaged girl This does not worry me very much, however.
An engaged person provides a comic difficulty. I fear neither comic nor tragic difficulties; the only ones I fear are the boring ones. Most people rush forward, become engaged or commit some other foolishness, and in the twinkling of an eye it is all over, and they do not know what they have won or what they have lost.
To love just one is too little; to love all is to be superficial. What she must learn is to make all the movements of infinity, to sway, to lose herself in moods, to confuse poetry and reality, truth and fiction, to revel in the infinite.
There was once a nymph, Cardea, who devoted herself to fooling men. She lived in a wood, lured her lovers into the densest thickets, and then disappeared. She tried to fool Janus also, but he fooled her, for he had eyes in the back of his head. When people are in love, they do not follow the high road. It is only married couples whom one encounters in the middle of the king’s highway. When lovers go walking from Noddebo, they do not pass along Esrom Lake, although the way there is really only a hunter’s path, but it is a cleared way, and love prefers to clear its own ways.
What does Love love? Was not Paradise itself an enclosed place, a garden facing the east?
The Seducer’s Diary
But the enclosing ring becomes too tight, becomes oppressive – one steps still closer to the window. A quiet lake lies humbly hidden within the higher surroundings; on the shore lies a boat. A sigh from the fullness of the heart, a gasp relieving the thought’s unrest, and the boat loosens itself from its moorings, it glides over the lake’s surface, gently carried along by the mild breeze of ineffable longing.
One disappears into the mysterious solitude of the forest, rocked by the surface of the lake dreaming of the forest’s deep darkness. Seduttre one turns to the other side; there the lake spreads out before one’s eyes, which nothing prevents from roaming freely, while the mind pursues thoughts which nothing restrains. What does Love fear? My first read for Kirkegaard, indirectly picked up thanks to Camus’s discussion in The Myth of the sedhttore element’ in Kirkegaard’s works, from which he makes ‘a leap of faith’ to the idea of God.
He is absurd in the sense that he holds on to no meaning in a sduttore relationship. The only possible meaning of a relationship with a woman lies in the right moment when she reaches the pinnacle of the erotic consciously from a prior state of innocence My first read for Kirkegaard, indirectly picked up thanks to Camus’s discussion in The Myth of the ‘absurd element’ in Kirkegaard’s works, from which he makes ‘a leap of faith’ to the idea of God.
The only possible meaning of a relationship with a woman lies in the right moment when she reaches the pinnacle of the erotic consciously from a prior state of innocence where she possessed the erotic but was unaware of it there he draws preference to the young and the inexperienced.
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For that particular moment Johannes orchestrates the scene in a highly aesthetic manner, which in all honesty, as with regards to young inexperienced women, would be of ultimate success, despite sexist comments kisrkegaard and there. But this emphasis on the moment betrays the absurd way of life which focuses on the multitude of experience and not the quality of experience, no matter how strongly Johannes speaks of the aesthetic and the erotic.
One experience Cordelia diminishes, even momentarily, when life offers other opportunities Marie the maid, Charlotte Hahn, young seduttors. To Camus, a thinking descendant of Kierkegaard’s of sorts, this is precisely how one ‘should’ lead one’s life in defiance to the Absurd the Don Juanism was used in The Myth as an example, and Johannes is not so far from Don Juan, he makes references to the famous figure himself.
But it is clear that we are reading something deeply personal, in which maybe all these reasons are strongly present. Johannes is a seducer who is scared of loving the fairer sex, he seems to enjoy the seduction more than the relationship built out of seducing. It’s sad the way he used her just kiedkegaard he perhaps gets a trill out of the kiwrkegaard aesthetic things in life. Da questo libro ho imparato che senza un domestico si fa poco.
A different kind of book to read. I didn’t find the seduttkre line very entertaining. Read this for a class years ago.