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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What is the status of revelation vs reason?
The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach
He saw religion in distinctly anthropological terms with God and religion being our anthropomorphic projections rather than having an existence outside our imagination. Basically Feuerbach says that Christianity love of Christ should really be about love of man, and this is simply because Christ sacrificed himself becasue of this love cristianesi,o man.
Powerful and flawlessly logical. He leaves nothing untouched: It is all about your starting point. Refine Your Search Year. It was translated by George Eliot! View all 4 comments. He created tie and space. It appears that Feuerbach has a idealistically high view of humanity and can humanity bear the burden?
But if it is not so, ctistianesimo it is that God has created human beings in his image, in what way would it be feuerbacn for Feuerbach? In the same way as men resemble their dogs, so too they resemble their gods. Aug 04, Joe rated it really liked it.
I suppose I have many more things to write and say about this book. Religion is the childlike condition of humanity. In large part I think that Feuerbach’s speculations on this point are close to the truth. Dec 05, Roger Green rated it cristianesjmo liked it.
Kind of explains the similarities across religions and the variations- variety is required and expected for the world to function. That should not deter you.
His brilliant insights and impeccable logic are the basis from which atheism now progresses. Remember me on this computer. To my mind I cannot see what Feuerbach would say to such a question. No trivia or quizzes yet. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
The Essence of Christianity
Jul 12, Brent McCulley rated it really liked it Shelves: And this is what cognitive science of religion and other empirical study of religion has been doing now for several cel, at least.
But anyway what I didn’t expect was to read a mildly fedora-ey secular humanist sort of rant. Books by Ludwig Feuerbach. What kind of thing is God, cristixnesimo he is a thing?
In large part, this is true — seen prospectively from the philosophy of Hegel, Feuerbach is as he considered himself; see his own preface a radical materialist, replacing the abstractions of theology with the real nature of man; seen retrospectively from Marx, he is still very much an idealist, dealing with “essences” rather than concrete individuals easenza a concrete historical milieu.
For Feuerbach, God is conceiving the pure reason. It does feuerbahc, though, that he knows something about the religion he’s writing about cf: Anyway one can see why Christians would dislike this and review it poorly. We know much more. How can we put the Trinity into words? To ask other readers questions about The Essence of Christianityplease sign up. He believed that any progress in human culture and civilization required the repudiation of both.
God is the medium by which man brings eessenza the reconciliation of himself with his own nature: I think the answer is that in Germany at the time, which was relatively backward compared to France or England, there was cristiznesimo desire, not for a real empiricist or materialist atheism such as had long existed in those countries, but for a kind of religious atheism, a doctrine that would let people reject religion while still considering themselves religious.
She asked what I was reading and I dl her. It also represents a good way of examining any given religion as an atheist, at least initially. Writing at the time he was, and with a background in Hegelian philosophy and theology, he obviously knows very little about other religions, and what he says about them tends to be very superficial; this is definitely the essence of Christianity, even if he sometimes talks about the essence of religion in general — in fact, it might esswnza be called the essence of Lutheranism, because most of his quoted examples are from Luther or the patristic writers most favored by Luther.
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It is a fascinating read, and if it had been packed into some kind of Anthropology of Religion course, I probably would have had more appreciation of it in it’s own context. What is the status of philosophical theology?
Feuerbach, Ludwig. L’essenza Del Cristianesimo
The human ffeuerbach as “spirit. Thus is the moral sentiment subverted into religion! Feuerbach was the fourth son of the eminent jurist Paul Johann Anselm Ritter von FeuerbachLudwig Cristtianesimo 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. Namely that atheists wish there not to be a God, not to be a higher judgement, someone else setting down the morals, and hey presto, God is dead.