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Single Idea 6905

[catalogued under 29. Religion / D. Religious Issues / 1. Religious Commitment / a. Religious Belief]

Full Idea

Absolute idealism is nothing but the realized divine mind of Leibnizian theism.

Gist of Idea

Absolute idealism is the realized divine mind of Leibnizian theism


Ludwig Feuerbach (Principles of Philosophy of the Future [1843], 10)

Book Reference

Feuerbach,Ludwig: 'Principles of the Philosophy of the Future', ed/tr. Vogel,M [Hackett 1986], p.14

A Reaction

In general it seems an accurate commentary that during the eighteenth century philosophers on the continent were designing a religion without God. Kantian duty tries to replace the authority of God with pure reason.