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Feuerbach e i socialisti
Author/s: Ferruccio Andolfi 
Year:  2000 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  18 FullText PDF:  69 KB

The "true socialists" applied feuerbachian humanism to social life criticizing economical and political alienation. Moses Hess, in particular, combined the idea of a realization of the human essence with Bauer’s notion of Selbstbestimmung, so unifying communism, atheism and anarchy. This ‘anarchical’ communism is characterized by an overcoming of politics on behalf of the selforganization of society and of an attractive work. According to other true socialist authors the idea of a common appartenence and Stirner’s view of the antagonism of the single can be simultaneously satisfied. The marxian critique captures some actual weaknesses of true socialism but undervalues some of his fundamental claims.

Ferruccio Andolfi, in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 9/2000, pp. , DOI:


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