Release on 1995-04-06 | by Max Stirner,David Leopold
Author: Max Stirner,David Leopold
Pubpsher: Cambridge University Press
Stirner's The Ego and its Own (1844) is striking in both style and content, attacking Feuerbach, Moses Hess and others to sound the death-knell of Left Hegelianism. The work also constitutes an enduring critique of liberalism and socialism from the perspective of an extreme eccentric individualism. Stirner has latterly been portrayed variously as a precursor of Nietzsche, a forerunner of existentialism, an individualist anarchist, and as manifestly insane. This edition includes an Introduction placing Stirner in his historical context.
Life and Doctrine is about bridging the gap between the lives we lead and the God we need. Perhaps you're checking out Christianity -this book is designed to help you take a clear look at the Christian story, and invite you to believe it. Maybe you've followed Christ for a long time - then this book will help you narrow the gap that exists between what you believe with your head and do with you life. Come discover the truth and grace of the Christian story. Come discover Life and Doctrine.
This richly textured book bridges analytic and hermeneutic and phenomenological philosophy of science. It features unique resources for students of the philosophy and history of quantum mechanics and the Copenhagen Interpretation, cognitive theory and the psychology of perception, the history and philosophy of art, and the pragmatic and historical relationships between religion and science.