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Ludwig Feuerbach

Date de naissance: 28. juillet 1804
Date de décès: 13. septembre 1872
Autres noms:Ludwing Feuerbach,Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach

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Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach, né le 28 juillet 1804 à Landshut , et mort le 13 septembre 1872 à Rechenberg, est un philosophe allemand. Il est disciple, puis critique de Hegel et le chef de file du courant matérialiste appelé hégélien de gauche auquel se sont joints Stirner, Marx, Engels et Bakounine.

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Citations Ludwig Feuerbach

„I distinguish religion from theism,“

— Ludwig Feuerbach
Context: Religion is indeed essential to or innate in man, but … this is not the religion of theology or theism, not an actual belief in God, but solely the religion that expresses nothing other than man’s feeling of finiteness and dependency on nature. … I distinguish religion from theism, the belief in a being distinct from nature and man. … Today theism, theology, the belief in God have become so identified with religion that to have no God, to theological being, is considered synonymous with having no religion. But here we deal with the original elements of religion. It is theism, theology, that has wrenched man out of his relationship with the world, isolated him, made him into an arrogant self-centered being who exalts himself above nature. And it is only on this level that religion becomes identified with theology, with the belief in a being outside and above nature as the true God. Originally religion expressed nothing other than man’s feeling that he is an inseparable part of nature or the world. Lecture V, R. Manheim, trans. (1967), pp. 34-35

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„Man is what he eats.“

— Ludwig Feuerbach
Die Naturwißensschaft und die Revolution [Natural science and the revolution] (1850), repeated in Das Geheimnis des Opfers, ober der Mensch ist was er ißt http://books.google.com/books?id=QYINAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA1 [The Mystery of Sacrifice, or Man is What He Eats] (1862)

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