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Ludwig Feuerbach

Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach (нем. Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach) was a German philosopher.

Born: July 28, 1804; Landshut, Holy Roman Empire
Died: September 13, 1872(1872-09-13) (aged 68); Rechenberg near Nuremberg, Imperial Germany

His most important work was Das Wesen des Christentums (1841) (eng.The Essence of Christianity).

Ludwig Feuerbach

…if I believe in a God, I have a God, i.e., faith in God is the God of man. If God is such, whatever it may be, as I believe him, what else is the nature of God than the nature of faith? Is it possible for thee to believe in a God who regards thee favourably, if thou dost not regard thyself favourably, if thou despairest of man, if he is nothing to thee? What else then is the being of God but the being, of man, the absolute self-love of man? If thou believest that God is for thee, thou believest that nothing is or can be against thee, that nothing contradicts thee. But if thou believest that nothing is or can be against thee, thou believest – what? – nothing less than that thou art God.

Ludwig Feuerbach
The Essence of Christianity
Ch.XIII: The Mystery of Faith – The Mystery of Miracle

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