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The Essence of Christianity By Ludwig Feuerbach
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The Essence of Christianity By Ludwig Feuerbach
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Famous treatise on a new explanation of Christianity
The Essence of Christianity By Ludwig Feuerbach
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The Essence of Christianity (German: Das Wesen des Christentums) is a book by Ludwig Feuerbach first published in 1841. It explains Feuerbach's philosophy and critique of religion. Translated into... More > English by renowned novelist George Eliot (Marian Evans). The book is often considered a classic of humanism and the author's magnum opus. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were strongly influenced by the book, although they criticised Feuerbach for his inconsistent espousal of materialism. Feuerbach's theory of alienation would later be used by Marx in his theory of alienation. Max Stirner directed his The Ego and Its Own against it. Rather than simply a polemic, Stirner's work uses Feuerbach's idea of God as a human abstraction as the basis of his critique of Feuerbach. “Feuerbach is the only one who has a serious, critical attitude to the Hegelian dialectic and who has made genuine discoveries in this field. He is in fact the true conqueror of the old philosophy”. Marx, 1844.< Less
HEGEL e FEUERBACH By Davide Cantino
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È utile, per capire lo sdoppiamento feuerbachiano che nell’uomo origina la Entzweiung fra esistere ed essere, considerare qualche passo della Fenomenologia dello Spirito di Hegel.
The Essence of Christianity By Ludwig Feuerbach & George Eliot (Translator)
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The Essence of Christianity (German: Das Wesen des Christentums) is a book by Ludwig Feuerbach first published in 1841. It explains Feuerbach's philosophy and critique of religion. Translated into... More > English by renowned novelist George Eliot (Marian Evans). The book is often considered a classic of humanism and the author's magnum opus. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were strongly influenced by the book, although they criticised Feuerbach for his inconsistent espousal of materialism. Feuerbach's theory of alienation would later be used by Marx in his theory of alienation. Max Stirner directed his The Ego and Its Own against it. Rather than simply a polemic, Stirner's work uses Feuerbach's idea of God as a human abstraction as the basis of his critique of Feuerbach. “Feuerbach is the only one who has a serious, critical attitude to the Hegelian dialectic and who has made genuine discoveries in this field. He is in fact the true conqueror of the old philosophy”. Marx, 1844.< Less
Il dottor Feuerbach è morto! By Ettore Trozzi
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Il dottor Feuerbach è morto! By Ettore Trozzi
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Felix Holt, the True Story By P L Quinn
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Felix Holt, the True Story is a critical examination of Felix Holt, the Radical (1866) by George Eliot. Since the novel’s publication, it has automatically been assumed that the fictional East... More > Midlands market town of Treby Magna (where the novel is set) “must” be based upon the Nuneaton of George Eliot’s childhood. However, this assumption has made the novel largely “unreadable.” Whilst Eliot’s childhood and her earlier novels are informative towards the construction of Felix Holt, the Radical, this study proposes that the Treby community is based upon the East Midlands market town of Leicester – by far the oldest East Midlands community. It is also proposed that Eliot wanted to write a novel with a similar impact to Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell (1851 – 1853) in which the community finally pulls together. Hence, it is determined that Eliot wrote Felix Holt, the Radical, as a means of unifying the varying rifts of “Christian eclecticism” into her mode of Humanism.< Less
The Essence of Christianity By Ludwig Feuerback
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The Essence of Christianity (German: Das Wesen des Christentums) is a book by Ludwig Feuerbach. The first edition was published in German in 1841. This edition is a translation of the second German... More > edition. It was translated by Marion Evans, a.k.a., George Eliot. It explains Feuerbach's philosophy and critique of religion. The book is often considered a classic of humanism and the author's magnum opus. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were strongly influenced by the book, although they criticised Feuerbach for his inconsistent espousal of materialism. Feuerbach's theory of alienation would later be used by Marx in his theory of alienation.< Less
Der Erbprinz von Baden By Gunter Pirntke
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Ungelöste Rätsel übten schon immer eine bestrickende Anziehungskraft auf die Vorstellungskraft des Menschen aus. Das eindeutig Erwiesene wird festgestellt und beiseite gelegt, das... More > Geheimnisvolle lockt zu immer neuer Prüfung. Darf man sich da wundern, dass das dunkle Geschick des Kaspar Hauser, der am 26. Mai 1828 in Nürnberg auftauchte, unbekannt woher, und am 17. Dezember 1833 durch einen Stich ins Herz in Ansbach starb, von Anfang an Verstand und Gemüt der Menschen aufregte und bis in die neueste Zeit Anlass zu Spekulationen gibt.< Less

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