Fast sentences on Søren Kierkegaard: first, you score 66% on accepting the Aesthetics and the Ethics and you launch into the Religious at last by conceiving the necessity of meaning of Religious intellect apart from the (determined/inanimate soul) of Animalistic. This is for a younger audience, straight from Religious class/Biblical School, 13 - 20 (or whatever). Good?
Of the religious thinkers I have enjoyed the most I find Søren Kierkegaard and St. Thomas Aquinas and Giordano Bruno and Lady Conway and Leibniz to be a highly recommended reading list! Enjoy yourselves! Cheers!
Bruno is added for making the assertion that "monads" have extension, that they are of a kind of material!
I've also found St. Augustinus interesting in the past, but after closer examination he's laid to rest...
It's more common to write St. Augustine! Excuse me!
A good supporting beam is also _TO STAY WITHIN_ and not to commit the Cardinal SIN of Pride. This is the sin to become one's own God and to become deviant to the REAL God, "by our Heavenly Father"!