Why is a top ten list necessary for an obscure Danish philosopher? Although Kierkegaard may not be a common household name, or as popular as Kant and Hegel, he was a prolific writer and left a great impact. Words such as “angst” and “leap of faith” which are often used in the English speech can be attributed to no one else other than Kierkegaard. In his short lifespan of 42 years, he managed to write 30 books, a dissertation, a collection of essays, and a literary review, and eight gargantuan volumes of journals/letters. With no exception to the quality of his work, his influence does not go unnoticed and still to this day affects the lives of many. For these reasons, we have taken the liberty to compile ten of his greatest works.