|Karl Schmidt (1819-1864)
was the last "Young Hegelian"
and -- arguably -- the first existentialist.
This book is a translation of his 1846
"last word" on Max Stirner (shown at
right in Friedrich Engels's caricature),
Ludwig Feuerbach, David Friedrich
Strauss, Bruno Bauer, and Hegel's
dialectic of spirit. It is an essential text
for the study of German philosophy and
culture in the Vormärz. Also included
as an appendix is a translation of
conservative theologian Ernst Wilhelm
Hengstenberg's contemporary -- and
very hostile -- review of the book.
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