The Essence of Christianity
Graduate studies at Western
Dover Publications (1881)
|Abstract||The most important work of the famed German philosopher, this 1841 polemic asserts that religion and divinity are outward projections of inner human nature. Feuerbach's critique of Hegelian idealism excited immediate international attention — Marx and Engels were particularly influenced. This acclaimed translation is by the celebrated English novelist George Eliot|
|Keywords||Religion Philosophy Christianity|
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