Karl Marx Quotes: Philosophy As Long As A Drop Of Blood

Philosophy, As Long As A Drop Of Blood Shall Pulse In Its World-subduing And Absolutely Free Heart, Will Never Grow Tired Of Answering Its Adversaries With The Cry Of Epicurus:
"Not The Man Who Denies The Gods Worshiped By The Multitude, But He Who Affirms Of The Gods What The Multitude Believes About Them, Is Truly Impious"
Philosophy Makes No Secret Of It. The Confession Of Prometheus:
"In Simple Words, I Hate The Pack Of Gods"
is Its Own Confession, Its Own Aphorism Against All Heavenly And Earthly Gods Who Do Not Acknowledge Human Self-consciousness As The Highest Divinity.
— Karl Marx —

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