The Essence of Christianity Summary

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7,891 words, approx. 27 pages
In the following essay, Massey examines Feuerbach's theory of human mortality as delineated in his Thoughts on Death and Immortality and his critique of religion in The Essence of Christianity,... Read more
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In the following essay, Fiorenza concentrates on Feuerbach's response to criticism of The Essence of Christianity, arguing that the philosopher clarified his views and arguments on religion in ... Read more
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In the following essay, Bischoff summarizes the aim of The Essence of Christianity, maintaining that the work is not so much a condemnation of Christianity as an effort to find a more human-oriented f... Read more
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In the following essay, Banks probes Feuerbach's continued influence on contemporary Christian theology. In 1841, with the publication of Das Wesen des Christentums, Ludwig Feuerbach issued his... Read more
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In the following essay, Preuss argues that in The Essence of Christianity Feuerbach attempted and failed to surpass Hegelian philosophy. I When Feuerbach published his The Essence of Christianity in 1... Read more