A crítica feuerbachiana da religião: Um contributo à compreensão do conceito de alienação religiosa

Revista de Teologia 4 (5):71-76 (2010)

The interpretation of an anthropological or reducing the anthropological theology - denies God to confirm the man - who does Feuerbach religion is the starting point for his understanding of ideology: there is no liberation of man without a denial of God. It assumes that religion is the expression and cause of human alienation. For Feuerbach, "the knowledge that man has of God is only selfknowledge of man, of his own essence." He holds a total reduction of theology and all philosophy to anthropology as "the absolute being, the God of man is his own essence." There is the religious alienation: as God make something that actually only an expression of man himself
Keywords religião  antropologia  alienation of religion  theology  teologia  religion  alienação religiosa  anthropology
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