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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  0486454215  9780486454214  Dover Publications, Inc.
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ISBN(s) 9780486454214   1776729889   0217114105   9781108040310   9781139136563   1108040314   1605204447   1420945270   0486454215   1722738170   9354306152   0879755598   1362413259   197829820X   1313981311   1406853070   153950316X
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