SØREN KIERKEGAARD''S ETHICAL THOUGHT Kierkegaard has been referred to as the father of existentialism a view which he seems not to subscribe. In his philosophy, he claims to have presented a clear ethical position concerning his usage of the decisional process which he presents as subjective in nature. But a closer reading of his works reveals that he not only uses it as he claims but also presents it as collective in nature; hence, he presents an apparent logical contradiction. This variation seemingly makes him appear to contradict himself consequently raising the question of lack of clarity. In the context of this, there is need to critically appraise Kierkegaard''s sentiments as reflected in his decisional process. In the milieu of this, this book critically appraises Kierkegaard''s ethical thought surrounding his concept of the decisional process so that it can be clarified.