Feuerbach by Leopoldo Sandonà

By Leopoldo Sandonà

Ludwig Feuerbach, esponente della sinistra hegeliana, è considerato l’“anello di collegamento” tra Hegel e Marx, in quanto trasferì l’idealismo hegeliano sul terreno della realtà, del finito, della concretezza. Inoltre, elaborò il concetto di “alienazione religiosa”, secondo il quale l’individuo deve riappropriarsi di ciò che aveva originariamente proiettato in Dio, vale a dire della coscienza di sé, del suo essere, dei suoi ideali. L’assoluto, appunto, non è altro che l’uomo e questi non potrà trovare che in se stesso l’ideale che ricerca. Anche questo concetto verrà rielaborato da Marx in senso materialista estendendolo alla critica dell’alienazione dell’uomo nella società capitalistica. in step with molti commentatori, Feuerbach è il pensatore che ha superato storicamente l’astrattezza della filosofia idealistica mettendo al centro los angeles soggettività e l. a. coscienza di sé, cardini dello sviluppo del pensiero filosofico di positive Ottocento e del Novecento.

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