Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Feuerbach Exchange, Part Three: On Method

“Don’t we all agree now that Truth is dead?” I refer back to my conversation with my friend the philosophy professor regarding 19th Century theologian Ludwig Feuerbach. Truth-with-capital-T may very well have been gassed and burned at Auschwitz or starved … Continue reading

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The Feuerbach Exchange, part Two

Why Feuerbach? Most important to me: Feuerbach posits that God is a representation of humanity’s attempt to understand itself. I wouldn’t recommend actually reading the Essence of Christianity unless you are the sort of person who can dive into something … Continue reading

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