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... of him and without him , created by intercourse , and becomes transformed into
social relations , into a series of powers which determine and subordinate the
individual , and which , therefore , appear in the imagination as " holy ' powers ?
... for him only insofar as he can include them under this one relation , and even
where he encounters relations which cannot be directly subordinated to the
relation of exploitation , he does at least subordinate them to it in his imagination .
Is the conception of nature and of social relations which underlies Greek
imagination and therefore Greek ( art ) possible when there are self - acting
mules , railways , locomotives and electric telegraphs ? What is a Vulcan
compared with ...
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FEUERBACH OPPOSITION OF THE MATERIALIST
B The Illusion of the Epoch
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