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" The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism — that of Feuerbach included — is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation, but not as human sensuous activity, practice, not subjectively. "
In Other Words: Essays Towards a Reflexive Sociology - Page 13
de Pierre Bourdieu - 1990 - 223 pages
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Ludwig Feuerbach & the Outcome of Classical German Philosophy

Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx - 1941 - 95 pages
...content of the book itself. (See note on page 70 of this volume.— Ed.) Karl Marx Theses on Feuerbach1 i THE chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism — that of Feuerbach included — is that the object, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or contemplation 2 but not...
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History and Human Existence: From Marx to Merleau-Ponty

James Miller - 1982 - 287 pages
...materialism. One of Marx's central objections to Feuerbach concerned his passive portrayal of subjectivity. "The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism (that of Feuerbach included) is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation, but not as...
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Ideology and Revolution in Modern Europe: An Essay on the Role of Ideas in ...

Trygve R. Tholfsen - 1984 - 287 pages
...subjected to a trenchant critique, and distinguished his own position from eighteenth-century materialism: "The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism...that of Feuerbach included — is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation, but not as...
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Revolution in Poetic Language

Julia Kristeva - 1984 - 271 pages
...stresses above all the orientation of practice toward externality, objectivity, and the real. Marx writes: "The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism...that of Feuerbach included — is that the thing, reality, sensuousness is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation but not as human...
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Karl Marx: A Reader

Karl Marx, Jon Elster - 1986 - 345 pages
...human nature; the eleventh - and most famous for demanding a new, practical conception of philosophy. I The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism (that of Feuerbach included) is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation, but not as...
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Reader in Marxist Philosophy

Howard Selsam, Harry Martel - 1987 - 384 pages
...Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844, pp. 45-46. B. THESES ON FEUERBACH: THE OLD AND THE NEW MATERIALISM* i The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism...that of Feuerbach included — is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object or of contemplation, but not as...
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Anthropological Studies of Religion: An Introductory Text

Brian Morris - 1987 - 369 pages
...unhistorical, for the natural world, he suggests, is not simply given in sense experience. In Marx's view, The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism (that of Feuerbach included) is that the things, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object, or of contemplation, but...
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Context Over Foundation: Dewey and Marx

W.J. Gavin - 1988 - 259 pages
...traditional naturalism, and with its idealistic alternative. This represented simply a false dichotomy. The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism - that of Feuerbach included - is that the thing [Cegenstand], reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object [Objekt] or of contemplation...
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Karl Marx's Economics: Critical Assessments, Volume 1

John Cunningham Wood - 1987 - 2400 pages
...opposite abstraction from activity (subjectivity). In his first thesis "ad Feuerbach," Marx writes: The chief defect of all hitherto existing materialism...— that of Feuerbach included — is that the thing [ Gegenstand] , reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object [Objekt] or of contemplation...
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Gramsci's Democratic Theory: Contributions to a Post-liberal Democracy

Sue Golding - 1992 - 221 pages
...part. Indeed, it was a tendency Marx himself had already criticized and dismissed in his first thesis on Feuerbach: 'The chief defect of all hitherto existing...materialism - that of Feuerbach included - is that the thing [Gegenstand], reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form of the object [Objekt] or of contemplation...
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