2. “[The Young Hegelians] radicalised still further Hegel’s conception of religion as a prelude to philosophy by denying the possibility of any supernatural revelation.” ibid. pp. 8.
3. “In the beginning all religion is fire, energy, and truth; [...] With the progress of time, however, it [...] becomes indifferent and untrue to itself and falls victim to habit.” L. Feuerbach, The Necessity of a Reform of Philosophy, in L. Feuerbach, 1972/2012, The Fiery Brook: Selected Writings, trans. Zawar Hanfi, Verso. pp. 147.
4. 「基督徒將意義加諸於他們神聖的文件，但這些文件卻毫無疑問地與他們有所矛盾。」（As for the Christians, they solve the problem by imputing a meaning to their holy documents that positively contradicts them.）同前註。
5. “Man transposes his essential being out side himself before he finds it within himself. His own being becomes the object of his thought first as another being. [...] a man is object to himself as another man.” L. Feuerbach, “Introduction” to the Essence of Christianity, ibid. pp. 110.