Søren Kierkegaard about understanding (“Fear and Trembling”, 1843) - Silence is the snare of the demon, and the more one keeps silent, the more terrifying the demon becomes; but silence is also the mutual understanding between the Deity and the individual.
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Silence is the snare of the demon, and the more one keeps silent, the more terrifying the demon becomes; but silence is also the mutual understanding between the Deity and the individual.
 Søren KierkegaardFear and Trembling (1843). copy citation

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Translated by Walter Lowrie
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