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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We see our nature in others before we recognize it in ourselves.

Jan 05, Mike fristianesimo it liked it. That should not deter you. He saw religion in distinctly anthropological terms with God and religion being our anthropomorphic projections rather than having an existence outside our imagination.

Refresh and try again. However, it seems to me to be something of a question of rhetorics rather than argumentation. His later writings were concerned with developing a materialistic humanism and an ethics of human solidarity.

I think the answer is that in Germany at the time, which was relatively backward compared to France or England, there was a desire, not for a real cristianesiko or materialist atheism such as had long existed in those countries, but for a kind of fel atheism, a doctrine that would let people reject religion while still considering themselves religious.

In Part I of the book, you therefore get such sentences as: But if it is not so, if it is that God has created human beings in his image, in what way would it be different for Feuerbach? Part I is much better than part II, and Feuerbach rel somewhat repetitive, but this book is still foundational for understanding the the Left Wing Hegelians.


As geuerbach and more people embrace atheism or some form of disbelief in God, Feuerbach’s day will come. That said, I’m glad I pulled through and finished.

Feuerbach, Ludwig. L’essenza Del Cristianesimo

Your list has reached the maximum number of items. The morale of the story in this book, as previous readings of Feuerbach show, is the focus or descending with it from God towards humans. The gratitude which he expresses to his benefactor his only ostensible; it is paid, not to him, but to God.

Everywhere he look, he find find the same imperfect human.

The Essence of Christianity by Ludwig Feuerbach

On the definition of nature most people operate under, though, they’re supernatural: Feuerbach is trying to out-narrate rather than through “evidence” construct an argument although there are good arguments based on examples in the book too. In what feuerbch he then base his anthropology? He also argues that we assign attributes we lack or admire in a deity.

Feuerbach’s concluding chapters on the conflict between faith which is particular, feuerach, and hierarchical and love which, essenaz reason, is free, universal, and all-embracing parallel Tolstoy’s discussion of the distinction between institutional Christianity or any organized religion, really and the revolutionary message of Jesus the Nazarene: This book is the foundation of modern atheism.

I find it hard to review this book – since it was written so many years ago, and that this translation was written so many year go by Mary Anne Evans under the George Eliot guise doesn’t make it any easier.


The Essence of Christianity

Feuuerbach political legacy is fortunately fading away, but the denseness of Feuerbach’s prose and analysis remains a significant impediment to his being widely read, much less popular. May 01, Joseph Sverker added it Shelves: That idea is summed up in the quotations above: To think is to be Cristainesimo.

I don’t regret reading it, but I wouldn’t recommend it to many people. Pretty much all modern “liberal” critiques of Christianity, and religion are found in here. The more empty the life, the fuller the deity. God is the bond, the vinculum substantialebetween the essential nature–the species–and the individual.

By the ‘s in the U. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. That’s a great argument. In large part, this is true — cristiamesimo prospectively from the philosophy of Hegel, Feuerbach is as he considered himself; see his own preface a radical materiali The version I read is the Harper Torchbook edition, containing the nineteenth century translation by the novelist George Cristianeesimo, a forward by H.

I can’t say this book has much to offer for someone who has read and understood Hegel, but for a lamen Like yours truly it’s a pleasant simplification.