Heaven Wasn't His Destination: The Philosophy of Ludwig Feuerbach (Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion)

Heaven Wasn't His Destination: The Philosophy of Ludwig Feuerbach (Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion)


If pressured to country Feuerbach’s philosophical family tree, one must say that he was once son of Hegel, father of Marx, and half-brother of Comte. In his personal day he had many a celebratory and lots of a vilifier. His philosophy has acquired little or no direct therapy within the English language. Feuerbach’s contribution was once in his writings on faith and philosophy, each one of them a manifesto to humanity, telling us that the needs of guys may be chuffed the following below.

The item of this publication, first released in 1941, is twofold. it really is its purpose to pay humble tribute to a bit understood thinker whose stature grows with the years, and in so doing probably to supply a key to the query of faith and private immortality when you reject philosophical idealism and a private God.

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