Princeton U. Press, 1944. First English Translation edition. Very gentle bump to front corners Volume I, very faint rubbing to extremities, both volumes still fine in near fine, faintly toned dust jackets (NOT price-clipped) with some shallow chipping to corners and tips, in mylar covers. Very clean internally, square and tight binding. Item #214303
Kierkegaard is widely considered the father of Existentialism and is perhaps the most important Christian philosopher of the past 200 years. Either/Or is largely considered Kierkegaard's magnum opus and contrasts the Aesthetic Life and the Ethical Life. Though his first major philosophical work, it was one of the last to be translated into English––not until 1944.