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Second, it involves attempting to explain religion from the outside, from the perspective of the natural and social sciences. May not be repeated. (same as HIST 3000 ). The "Theses" identify political action as the only truth of philosophy, famously concluding: "Philosophers have hitherto only interpreted the world in various ways; the point is to change it". (in the German original: "Die Philosophen haben die Welt nur verschieden interpretiert; es kömmt drauf an, sie zu verändern".) While the text wishes to retain the critical stance of German critical idealism, it transposes that criticism into practical, material, political terms (leading directly to Marx's later assertion that the "criticism of weapons" must at some point do the work of the "weapons of criticism").

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Publisher: Brazos Press (October 6, 2015)


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