[foi-er-bahkh, -bahk; German foi-uh r-bahkh]
- Ludwig An·dre·as [ahn-drey-uh s, an-; German ahn-drey-ahs] /ɑnˈdreɪ əs, æn-; German ɑnˈdreɪ ɑs/, 1804–72, German philosopher.
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The enthusiasm was universal, we were all for the moment followers of Feuerbach.
"Feuerbach is an idealist; he believes in the advance of mankind" (p. 19).
But the step which Feuerbach did not make had not yet been made.
Here it is evident how far we in our day are away from Feuerbach.
Nietzsche might have added the name of the philosopher Feuerbach.Egoists
- 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