The Essence of Christianity

Ludwig Feuerbach

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Pressed in general terms, and thus made the property of the understanding. The ideas of my work are only conclusions, consequences, drawn from premises which are not themselves mere ideas, but objective facts either actual or historical — facts which had not their place in my head simply in virtue of their ponderous existence in folio. I unconditionally repudiate absolute, immaterial, sclf-sufiicin g speculation,-that speculation which draws its material from within. I differ toto coelo from those philosophers who pluck out their eyes that they may see better; for my thought I require the senses, especially sight I found my ideas on materials which can be appropriated only through the activity of the senses. I do not generate the object from the thought, but the thought from the object; and I hold that alone to be an object which has an existence beyond one's own brain. I am an idealist only in the region of practical philosophy, that is, I do not regard the limits of the past and present as the limits of humanity, of the future on the contrary, I firmly believe that many things, — yes, many things — which, With the Short Sighted, pusillanimous practical men of to-day, pass for flights of imagination, for ideas never to be realized, fer mere chimeras, will to-morrow, z. E., in the next century,-centuries in individual life are days in the life of humanity — exist in full reality. Briefly, the Idea is to me only faith in the historical future, in the triumph of truth and virtue it has for me only a political and moral significance for in the sphere of strictly theoretical philosophy, I attach myself, in direct Opposition to the Hegelian philosophy, only to realism, to materialism in the sense above indicated. The maxim hitherto adopted by speculative philoso phy all that is mine I carry with me, the old omnia mea mecum porto, I cannot, alas I appropriate. I have many things outside myself, which I cannot convey either in my pocket or my head, but which neverthe less I look upon as belonging to me, not indeed as a mere man — a view not now in question — but as a.
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    Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach è stato un filosofo tedesco tra i più influenti critici della religione ed esponente della sinistra hegeliana. Approfondisci
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