Author:David Ferdinand Swenson

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David Ferdinand Swenson
(1876–1940)
    Swenson was an authority on the life and writings of the Danish philosopher, Soren Kierkegaard, and spent much of his professional life translating Kierkegaard's works into English.[1]

    Works[edit]

    Translations of Soren Kierkegaard[edit]

    Posthumously published by co-contributor and wife Lillian Marvin Swenson

    Works about David Swenson[edit]

    By wife Lillian Marvin Swenson
    • Something About Kierkegaard (1941) — Copyrighted in the United States due to Renewal R447260 . A collection of Swenson's philosophical talks
    • Thoughts on crucial situations in human life; three discourses on imagined occasions Renewal R447259
    • Kierkegaardian Philosophy and the Faith of a Scholar (1949), a collection of Swenson's addresses and essays


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