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Chapter 9: The future is latent in the present: a phenomenological interpretation of Ernst Bloch's atheistic eschatology (with emphasis on the image)

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Ernst Bloch devoted his writing to expressing a hopeful, personally applicable Marxist eschatology. He fused his earlier philosophical education regarding the individual with his belief in collective social movement, incorporating the beauty in art and religion in his remarkably aesthetic work. This paper discusses Bloch's work in terms of his retroactive understanding of the guiding principle of hope and its manifestation, and the associated problems of probation. Further, we will highlight ...

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