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Jewish Philosophical Politics in Germany, 1789–1848
Sven-Erik Rose

Brandeis University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction
• Off with Their Heads? Lazarus Bendavid’s Vision of Kantian Subjects at the End of Jewish History
• Becoming Citizens of Hegel’s State, or the Politics of
Wissenschaft des Judentums in 1820s Germany
• Locating Themselves in History: Hegel in Key Texts of the Verein
• Marx’s “Real Jews” between
Volk and Proletariat: Productivizing Social Abjection and Grounding Radical Social Critique
• Patriotic Pantheism: Spinoza in Berthold Auerbach’s Early Career
• Moses Hess: Beyond the Politics of Self-Possession
• Concluding Remarks
• Abbreviations
• Notes
• Works Cited
• Index

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