Eugen Dühring

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Eugen Karl Dühring (12 January 1833, Berlin – 21 September 1921) was a German philosopher, writer, and a leading supporter of positivism, the philosophical view that positive knowledge is gained through observation of natural phenomena.

He was also a socialist and German nationalist who increasingly vehemently criticized various targets, such as Marxism, religion, mysticism, Judaism, cosmopolitans, universities, the Bismarck state, militarism, and social Darwinism.

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