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- Marx’s Epistemology and the Problem of Conflated Idealisms
- Ludwig Feuerbach And The End Of Classical German Philosophy by Friedrich Engels
- Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach
Marx’s Epistemology and the Problem of Conflated Idealisms
This brilliant essay examines the relation of Marxist philosophy to that of Hegel. Availability: In stock. International Publishers. Frederick Engels was a lifelong friend and collaborator of Karl Marx. Together with Marx he elaborated the theory and program of scientific socialism. Engels was born in Bremen in the Rhine Province of the kingdom of Prussia, the son of a textile manufacturer.
Equally, a full acknowledgement of the influence which Feuerbach, more than any other post-Hegelian philosopher, had upon us during our period of storm and stress, appeared to me to be an undischarged debt of honor. My contribution was published in that journal in the fourth and fifth numbers of and appears here in revised form as a separate publication. Jaszewski, ; Marxist. Paper copy of this book available from Wellred Books. If you want more information about joining the IMT, fill in this form.
Ludwig Feuerbach And The End Of Classical German Philosophy by Friedrich Engels
From Preface: In the preface to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, published in Berlin, , Karl Marx relates how the two of us in Brussels in the year set about: to work out in common the opposition of our view -- theMoreFrom Preface: In the preface to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy, published in Berlin, , Karl Marx relates how the two of us in Brussels in the year set about: to work out in common the opposition of our view -- the materialist conception of history which was elaborated mainly by Marx -- to the ideological view of German philosophy, in fact, to settle accounts with our erstwhile philosophical conscience. The resolve was carried out in the form of a criticism of post-Hegelian philosophy. The manuscript, two large octavo volumes, had long reached its place of publication in Westphalia when we received the news that altered circumstances did not allow of its being printed. We abandoned the manuscript to the gnawing criticism of the mice all the more willingly as we had achieved our main purpose -- self-clarification! Since then more than 40 years have elapsed and Marx died without either of us having had an opportunity of returning to the subject. We have expressed ourselves in various places regarding our relation to Hegel, but nowhere in a comprehensive, connected account.
For a number of years in the mid-nineteenth century Ludwig Feuerbach — played an important role in the history of post-Hegelian German philosophy, and in the transition from idealism to various forms of naturalism, materialism and positivism that is one of the most notable developments of this period. Although never without his admirers, who have included several leading popularizers of scientific materialism in the second half the nineteenth century cf. Niethammer, F. Feuerbach was knighted in recognition of his achievement in modernizing the Bavarian penal code, though his political influence was dramatically curtailed as a result of outspoken national-liberal criticisms of Napoleon expressed in pamphlets he published in and Raised Protestant and religiously devout in his youth, Ludwig matriculated in the theological faculty of the University of Heidelberg in , where his father hoped he would come under the influence of the late rationalist theologian, H. Ludwig was won over instead by the speculative theologian, Karl Daub, who had been instrumental in bringing Hegel to Heidelberg for two years in , and was by this time one of the foremost theologians of the Hegelian school. The scathingly satirical and even vulgar couplets Xenien directed against the Pietists that Feuerbach appended to his first book, Thoughts on Death and Immortality , hereafter Thoughts ; see Section 2 below , which he published anonymously in , effectively destroyed his prospects for an academic career.
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Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach
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