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Ludwig Feuerbach and the Outcome of Classical German Philosophy

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On the philosophy of Hegel and Feuerbach, and the essence and tasks of philosophy.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published December 28th 2004 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1886)
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Ovidiu
A very concise and easy-to-read guide for understanding the theory of dialectical materialism. Hegel will no longer seem that intimidating.

I think it was Trotsky who observed that a good approach towards understanding a theory - even a complicated mathematical theory - is to analyze its history, how that theory came into being. This is what Engels does here for dialectical materialism. So why is the title about Feuerbach then?, you may ask. Simply because his materialism is an important step aw
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Lio
أسلوبك انجلس الرائع البسيط حد التعقيد في ذاته ، وعقليته النقدية الذفة تجعلني لا أنتهي تماماً من مطالعة كتاب كتبه إلا وعزمت العود إلى قراءته مجدداً ..

ملخص ، وموجز وفي الصميم في نقد الفلسفات المثالية بأسلوب لاينقصه براعة الاستدلال.

لا يفوت أبداً الفرصة لإطلاعك على ما قد تحتاج معرفته !

كتاب مهم ، ربما ألخصه بعد الفراغ من -شوية- مشغوليات ;D
Salah Sameh
باختصار, انجلس مُعترف بقيمة فيورباخ وهيغل في فلسفته هو وماركس والتأثير اللي عملوه فيهم. مع التحَفُظ والنقد اللي بيوجهه إنجلس لفلسفة هيغل المُحافظة بيفَرَق, من ناحية أُخرى, بين ده وبين الديالكتيك الهيغلي الثوري. وبيهاجم فيورباخ في نفس الوقت اللي فلسفته مش مُجدية, غير تاريخية, مُجردة, غير عملية. في نفس الوقت, رفض فيورباخ الاعتراف بالديالكتيك الهيغلي مما أدى لهجوم إنجلس عليه. الكتاب, زي ماهو باين من عنوانه, بينتهي مع فيورباخ ونهاية الفلسفة الكلاسيكية الألمانية اللي بدأت مع رائدها, كانط. كتاب تقيل و ...more
Pavel
I read this book because Engels himself recommends it as one of the best explanations of historical materialism available. But the basic idea is get off with saying the modern science knows how the conscientiousness comes about, while I was eager to hear how it could be done. (Anyone saying this clearly shows he is not yet conscious of his own conscientiousness. And perhaps it is senseless to expect materialism will ever explain conscientiousness or at least grasp the fact it can never explain i ...more
David Laurin
Fairly reasonable example of the argumentation behind dialectical materialism.
Timur Girindra Wardhana
Hard to understand... at least for me
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