Existentialism: Kierkegaard The Sickness Unto Death

On p. 78 in Part 1, section B (“Despair viewed under the aspect of consciousness”), subsection b., Kierkegaard claims that “conscious despair requires the true conception of what despair is” and “clarity about oneself” (78). Explain what that means. Do you think a person could achieve total clarity on those issues and still be in despair? Why or why not? Include thesis and conclusion classic https://ia601600.us.archive.org/31/items/in.ernet…. Link to the text is provided. cite quotes with page numbers (would be helpful to read p.33-165)

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