Title, L’essenza del cristianesimo. Volume of Universale economica Feltrinelli · Volume of Universale economica. Author, Ludwig Feuerbach. Edition, 2. In this, one of the most influential works of the post-Hegelian era, Feuerbach Quale l’ampiezza della tua vista, tale l’ampiezza del tuo essere e viceversa.” (p. Results 1 – 16 of L’essenza del Cristianesimo. Parte II. 15 Jan by Feuerbach,Ludwig. A cura di Antonio Banfi. Traduz. di i. Currently.

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Feuerbach’s concluding chapters on the conflict between faith which is particular, narrow, and hierarchical and love which, like reason, is free, universal, and all-embracing parallel Tolstoy’s discussion of the distinction between institutional Christianity or any organized religion, really and the revolutionary message of Jesus the Nazarene: There is a question Feuerbach would have to answer to after making such a claim, are the grounds, on xel he identifies this metaphysical subjective self, real?

It should also be known that Feuerbach fueerbach a particular theology and understanding of Christianity that seems to be the starting point, at least if we agree with Niebuhr’s and Barth’s introductory remarks, namely the faith from the subjective religious feeling.

However it could be very usefully read in conjunction with M. Feb 09, Nick rated it really liked it Shelves: L’essenza del cristianesimo cristinaesimo Ludwig Feuerbach; Antonio Banfi.

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What is the status of philosophical theology? The second to last chapter, “The Contradiction of Faith and Love,” is a good place to start for interested readers with ccristianesimo previous background to Feuerbach.

Feuerbach’s anti-religious strategy is to propose an “anthropological” account of religion as representing a community’s idealised notion of individual human nature, whilst repudiating the theoretical excresences of christian theology.

It is all about your starting point. The morale of the story in this book, as previous readings of Feuerbach show, is the focus or descending with it from God towards humans.

There are basically two groups of people who read him today; a small group of theologians who take him seriously as a challenge note that the forward and introduction to this edition are by theologians, as are two of the three blurbs on the back cover, by Barth and Martin Buberand those who are interested in the origins of Marx’s views the third blurb is a quotation from Sidney Hook’s From Hegel to Marx.


Published October 1st by Prometheus Books first published I might also add that compared to Hegel, he is a model of clarity; compared to Marx or almost anyone else he is a monument of obscurity.

The Essence of Christianity

Sadly, this book does not have much to offer to the modern man whose ears are constantly bombarded with atheism; but in this short book Feuerbach laid the foundations for modern atheism, a foundation later cultivated by Karl Marx. It’s an argument for atheism that doesn’t deny any positive aspects for religion, but rather tries to separate those from its doctrines.

Sep 07, Tom Griffin rated it really liked it Shelves: Displaying Editions 1 – 10 out of Esta fuera de lugar reprocharle, a Feuerbach precisamente, su irracionalismo. And his conclusion really brings it together. As much as I disagree with that stance, this is a really eloquent expression of it.

The best philosophical dismantling of Christianity. It does show, though, that he knows something about the religion he’s writing about cf: He does have some good insights along the way, however; some things that I had already realized but never seen in print — that the real god of every religion is its mediator figure, for instance — and other things that made me say, why hadn’t I seen that before, e.

With the recent publication of a new critical edition of his works, a new generation of scholars have argued that his mature views are philosophically interesting in their own right.

Feuerbach’s argument is, roughly, that Christianity is exactly what Hegel said it is, except that ‘Geist’ is the human species which is probably what H Another in the surprisingly large group of books, ‘things that, although incomprehensible to people who don’t understand Hegel, are read with great relish feeuerbach people who don’t understand Hegel because they can be used to re-affirm preexisting prejudices’ see also Marx, Kojeve, all the ‘end of history’ types, various aesthetic theories, etc etc.

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Feuerbach, Ludwig. L’essenza Del Cristianesimo

Nevertheless, it’s an important book which changed the way we think about Christianity and religion in general and for that reason alone I found it worth reading. Feuerbach’s argument Feuerbach was a ‘Hegelian’.

This is a feuerbacu well worth reading if anyone is interested in arguments against faith and Christianity. He wants to say we’re a part of nature, but that that means we have to understand nature much more widely than we usually do. You have feusrbach set down what you read every so often and think about it, but it is worth it, because the more of Feuerbach you read, the less likely it is you will continue to believe in a God at all.

Pretty much all modern “liberal” critiques of Christianity, and religion are found in here. One of those books that puts forward a single fundamental idea and examines it from many sides.

WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach July 28, — September 13, was a German philosopher and anthropologist best known for his book The Essence of Christianitywhich provided a critique of Christianity which strongly influenced generations of later thinkers, including both Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. In Part II, Feuerbach moves away from dialectical analysis and, for the most part, speaks straight-forwardly.

It is here you find so much wisdom and insight regarding religion, Christianity, and the concept of God as a projection of mankind’s expression of what is best in “the criistianesimo, i. Dec 27, Anthony Buckley rated it it feuetbach amazing Shelves: Pure understandi A sharp criticism of both Christianity could be extended to the concept of religion in general and philosophical idealism.

And considering, for example, the unbelievable increase in consumption in the Western world. To me people are no doubt better described by the dictum, I shop therefore I am and not “cogito ergo sum”.

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