The relevant quotes in order:
The Illusions of German Ideology
The entire body of German philosophical criticism from Strauss to Stirner is confined to criticism of
religious conceptions. The critics started from real religion and actual theology.
The Young Hegelians are in agreement with the Old Hegelians in
their belief in the rule of religion, of ...
Gesinnungsethik is basically a caricature of Kantian deontological ethics or - which he puts on the same level - religious (here: Christian) fanatism or ethical absolutism. The line between Gesinnungsethik (ethics of conviction) and Verantwortungsethik (ethics of responsibility) are almost exactly corresponding to what is called deontological vs....
The primary context of production under capitalism is that the means of production — the tools, equipment, and locations where production can be accomplished — are owned by capitalists, not by the people who do the actual production. In this sense, the worker is alienated from the tools he needs to produce. The laborer needs to produce in order to survive, ...