Salutary Meanings of Sublimation. Selected Soteriological Threads of Alienation Criticism of Religion

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The article concerns a few soteriological threads of alienation criticism of religion whose feature is the creation of a new autonomous and transgressive subject. It focused on the presentation of this subject using Nietzsche’s philosophy perceived within Freudian perspective.

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