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As his most important biographer has observed, in those years 'Engels greeted
Feuerbach's work with joy, but without suspecting that it called into question
Hegel's world dominion'.8 Even after the appearance of Feuerbach's Grundsatze
ceeded in this way - that is, by pushing his philosophical critique of Hegelianism
to its logical conclusion. This may well be why, when Engels turned again to write
about philosophy forty years later, he was, in doing so, partly to reproduce the ...
The same might be said of Marx's idea of Hegelian subject-predicate inversion.
As well as in Das Wesen des Christen- tums (The Essence of Christianity, 1841)
we find this idea stated explicitly in Feuerbach's Vorldufige Thesen zur Reform ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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