La religión del amor: Feuerbach y los filósofos del diálogo


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This article begins with Feuerbach’s critique of religion in order to recover the humanist sense of such critique, which is more than an affirmation of atheism or a denial of God’s existence, it is a defense of dignity and freedom Human. Throughout this study Feuerbach’s thinking is placed beyond the discussion between atheism and theism, establishing a dialogue that set aside the limitations of this dichotomy. In the history of philosophy, the importance of Feuerbach’s thought for the later philosophy of suspicion has been emphasized, but in this case a less explored path is followed: his relation to dialogical thinking and the religion of love.
Keywords Antropología filosófica  Ateísmo  Atheism  Filosofía de la intersubjetividad  Filosofía y religión.  Philosophical anthropology  Philosophy and religion.  Philosophy of intersubjectivity
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DOI 10.5209/ASHF.59661
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