Ludwig Feuerbach: Select Bibliography

Brazill, William J. The Young Hegelians. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1970.

Bulgakov, Sergei. Karl Marx as a Religious Type: His Relation to the Religion of Anthropotheism of Ludwig Feuerbach. Belmont: Nordland, 1979.

Chamberlain, William. Heaven Wasn't His Destination. London: Allen & Unwin, 1941.

Cherno, Melvin. Ludwig Feuerbach and the Intellectual Basis of Nineteenth Century Radicalism Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1955.

De Roover, Jacob. “An Unhappy Lover of Theology: Feuerbach and Contemporary Religious Studies” Journal of the American Academy of Religion Volume 71, Issue 3 (2003): 615-635 [Available online through Proquest]

Engels, Friedrich. “Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Classical German Philosophy”, Die Neue Zeit. Engels, Friedrich, ed. Stuttgart, 1886.

Glasse, John. “Barth on Feuerbach” Harvard Theological Review Volume 57, Issue 2 (1964): 69-96.

Gordon, Frederick M. “The Contradictory Nature of Feuerbachian Humanism” Philosophical Forum, Volume 8, Issues 2-4 (1979): 31-47.

Hardwick, Charley D. “Harvey's Feuerbach and the possibility of a liberal theology” Journal of the American Academy of Religion Volume 66, Issue 4 (1998): 863-876 [Available online through EBSCOhost]

Harvey, Van A. “Feuerbach on Luther's doctrine of revelation: An essay in honor of Brian Gerrish” Journal of Religion Volume 78, Issue 1 (1998): 3-18 [Available online through EBSCOhost]

Hill, Susan E. “Translating Feuerbach, Constructing Morality: The Theological and Literary Significance of Translation for George Eliot” Journal of the American Academy of Religion Volume 65, Issue 3 (1997): 635-53 [Available online through JSTOR]

Jaeschke, Walter. “Speculative and Anthropological Criticism of Religion: A Theological Orientation to Hegel and Feuerbach” Journal of the American Academy of Religion Volume 48, Issue 1 (1980): 345-364.

Harvey, Van A. Feuerbach and the interpretation of religion. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 

Kamenka, Eugene. The Philosophy of Ludwig Feuerbach London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970.

Malesic, Jonathan. “Illusion and offense in Philosophical Fragments: Kierkegaard’s inversion of Feuerbach’s critique of Christianity” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion Volume 62, Issue 1 (2007): 43-55 [Available online through Springer Standard Collection]

Massey, James A. “Feuerbach and Religious Individualism” Journal of Religion Volume 56, Issue 4 (1976): 366-381.

Preuss, Peter. “Feuerbach on Man and God” Dialogue Volume 11, Issue 2 (1972): 204-223.

Taylor, Rodney. “Ludwig Feuerbach on Being as Death” Michigan Germanic Studies, Volume 19, Issue 1 (1993): 46-61.

Thornton, Stephen P. “Facing up to Feuerbach” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion Volume 39, Issue 2 (1996): 103-121 [Available online through Springer Link Historical Archives Humanities, Social Science, and Law]

Wartofsky, Marx W. Feuerbach Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1977.

Wilson, Charles A. Feuerbach and the search for otherness. New York: P. Lang, 1989.

William Hogarth, “Credulity, Superstition, and Fanaticism”hogarth2.htmlshapeimage_3_link_0