Definition of Feuerbach, Ludwig in English:

Feuerbach, Ludwig

Line breaks: Lud¦wig Feuer|bach
Pronunciation: /ˈfɔɪəˌbɑːx
, ˈfɔyɐˌbax/
( 1804–72), German materialist philosopher; full name Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach. In his best-known work, The Essence of Christianity (1841), he argued that the dogmas and beliefs of Christianity are figments of human imagination, fulfilling a need inherent in human nature.

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