The organizations, societies and journals below cover 19th century philosophers and topics. Some resources may be archived.
A word from Julia Watkin (the history,
purpose and the goals)...
The thought of SØREN KIERKEGAARD (Copenhagen,
Denmark, 1813-1855) has been an inspiration to people all over the
world. One of the influential thinkers of our time, he realised how
important it was for knowledge to relate to one's personal existence.
Today he is read by people of widely-differing
outlooks all over the world, and from all walks of life. His name is to
be found in connection with subjects such as psychology, religion, drama
and computer studies, to name but a few.
INTERNATIONAL KIERKEGAARD INFORMATION has its roots in
a single A4 sheet of paper typed on a manual typewriter in 1979, and
back beyond that to an idea I had in 1973, that it might be possible,
using the principles of Kierkegaard's thought, to draw people together
internationally in cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary Socratic