„Anything which may take possession of one’s soul shares its sublimity with all other things, and is for this reason at the same time something ordinary. Without such a dialectic clarification of our consciousness all adoration is idol worship.“

— Peter Joseph Dietzgen, Letter 3

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Peter Joseph Dietzgen
deutscher Arbeiterphilosoph und Journalist 1828 - 1888

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