Gedanken uber Tod und Unsterblichkeit

Title

Gedanken uber Tod und Unsterblichkeit

Call Number

B 2971 .G4 1847x

Date of Publication

1847

Collection Size

408 pages

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Language

German

Historical Note

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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Description

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."

Provenance

Winthrop purchased the volume in the 1950s.

Publisher

O. Wigand

City

Leipzig

Keywords

Philosophy, Immortality, Death

Disciplines

Philosophy

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