Gedanken uber Tod und Unsterblichkeit
B 2971 .G4 1847x
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Ludwig Feuerbach [1804-1872 was a German philosopher and moralist remembered for his influence on Karl Marx and for his humanistic theologizing. He studied philosophy under G. W. F. Hegel and also studied natural science.
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Gedanken uber Tod und Unsterblichkeit ("Thoughts on Death and Immortality") is Feuerbach's first book and was first published anonymously. Feuerbach "attacks the concept of personal immortality and proposes a type of immortality by which human qualities are reabsorbed into nature."
Winthrop purchased the volume in the 1950s.
Philosophy, Immortality, Death
Feuerbach, Ludwig, "Gedanken uber Tod und Unsterblichkeit" (1847). Rare Books. 68.