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"Kierkegaard, The Great Granddaddy of Existentialism: What Makes Life Worth Living?"

The UNI Museum has partnered with the Jerry Soneson, professor in philosophy and world religions, to present  "Kierkegaard, The Great Granddaddy of Existentialism: What Makes Life Worth Living?"
Friday, February 20, 2015 at 4:00 pm. Soneson will seek to make sense of the complex work of this melancholy Dane, who contributed so much to philosophy, religion and psychology, by organizing his talk about Kierkegaard's central question: amid all our troubles, distress and despair, what makes life worth living?  
 
The lecture will be taking place in Seerley Hall, rm 115, followed by a reception in the Museum space on the first floor. 
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