LUDWIG FEUERBACH DAS WESEN DES CHRISTENTUMS PDF

Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were strongly influenced by the book, although they criticised Feuerbach for his inconsistent espousal of materialism. When the student Feuerbach presented his own theory to professor Hegel, Hegel refused to reply positively to it. Man contemplates many things and in doing so he becomes acquainted with himself. Feuerbach shows that in every aspect God corresponds to some feature or need of human nature.

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Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were strongly influenced by the book, although they criticised Feuerbach for his inconsistent espousal of materialism. When the student Feuerbach presented his own theory to professor Hegel, Hegel refused to reply positively to it. Man contemplates many things and in doing so he becomes acquainted with himself. Feuerbach shows that in every aspect God corresponds to some feature or need of human nature. Feuerbach states that, "a God who is not benevolent, not just, not wise, is no God", and continues to say that qualities are not suddenly denoted as divine because of their godly association.

The qualities themselves are divine therefore making God divine, indicating that man is capable of understanding and applying meanings of divinity to religion and not that religion makes a man divine. The force of this attraction to religion though, giving divinity to a figure like God, is explained by Feuerbach as God is a being that acts throughout man in all forms.

It appeals to man to give qualities to the idol of their religion because without these qualities a figure such as God would become merely an object, its importance would become obsolete, there would no longer be a feeling of an existence for God. Therefore, Feuerbach says, when man removes all qualities from God, "God is no longer anything more to him than a negative being". Additionally, because man is imaginative, God is given traits and there holds the appeal. God is a part of man through the invention of a God.

Equally though, man is repulsed by God because, "God alone is the being who acts of himself". In part 2 he discusses the "false or theological essence of religion", i. See External links.

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Wie lautet die feuerbachsche Religionskritik? Was bedeutet die Formulierung: Gott ist die Projektion des Menschen? Was folgt aus Feuerbachs Kritik? Bedeutende Vertreter markieren neben Feuerbach auch Marx und Engels. Die Begeisterung war allgemein: Wir waren alle momentan Feuerbachianer [1]. Feuerbach kam dieser auf die heutige Zeit bezogenen, enorm von der Wissenschaft beeinflussten Haltung nicht einmal nahe. Er versteht Religionskritik vor allem als die Aufdeckung der Natur von Religion.

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Aber die Religion hat nicht das Bewusstsein von der Menschlichkeit ihres Inhalts; sie setzt sich vielmehr dem Menschlichen entgegen, oder wenigstens, sie gesteht nicht ein, dass ihr Inhalt menschlicher ist. Die Religion ist das erste Selbstbewusstsein des Menschen. Homo homini Deus est - dies ist der oberste praktische Grundsatz - dies der Wendepunkt der Weltgeschichte. Die wirkliche Ursache wird zum selbstlosen Mittel, eine nur vorgestellte, eingebildete Ursache zur wahren, wirklichen Ursache. Er ist dankbar gegen Gott, aber undankbar gegen den Menschen. So geht die sittliche Gesinnung in der Religion unter!

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