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Feuerbach

[ foi-er-bahkh, -bahk; German foi-uhr-bahkh ]
/ ˈfɔɪ ərˌbɑx, -ˌbɑk; German ˈfɔɪ ərˌbɑx /
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Ludwig An·dre·as [ahn-drey-uhs, an-; German ahn-drey-ahs], /ɑnˈdreɪ əs, æn-; German ɑnˈdreɪ ɑs/, 1804–72, German philosopher.

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Feuerbach
/ (German ˈfɔɪərbax) /

noun

Ludwig Andreas (ˈluːtvɪç anˈdreːas). 1804–72, German materialist philosopher: in The Essence of Christianity (1841), translated into English by George Eliot (1853), he maintained that God is merely an outward projection of man's inner self
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