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After the publication of the EPM, Eric Fromm and Herbert Marcuse, among others, gave a sympathetic interpretation to the concept of aliena­ tion in Marx. Besides, the concept found its exponents in the existentialist 44 philosophy - although in a different sense - of Heidegger and Sartre. In addition to popularising the term ' alienation ' , the EPM drew attention to Hegel ' s discussion of alienation in the Phenomenology to which Marx had attached great importance. The place of EPM in the totality of Marx ' s thought, both in relation to his early development and the later works as well as his relation both to Hegel and Feuerbach raises a number of complex questions.

It is worth emphasising that Marx ' s concept of alienation should not be viewed within a strictly philosophical framework because Marx advo­ cated a break with the philosophical tradition which had hitherto only explained alienation. After the publication of the EPM, Eric Fromm and Herbert Marcuse, among others, gave a sympathetic interpretation to the concept of aliena­ tion in Marx. Besides, the concept found its exponents in the existentialist 44 philosophy - although in a different sense - of Heidegger and Sartre.

The spirit of the age was revealed in the objectivity of its God when . . it was introduced into a world alien to us, in a realm in which we had no share, where we could not acquire a place through our activity, but at most by begging or conjuring our way in; it was an age when man was a Non-ego and his God was another Non-ego . . In such an age the Deity sheds all its subjectivity and becomes nothing but object; and the inversion of all moral precepts is easily and logically justified by theory .

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