Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx - Zvi Rosen

Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx: the influence of Bruno Bauer on Marx's thought. 1977

The influence of Bruno Bauer on Marx's thought, 1977, pp. 254.

This book really rehabilitates Bruno Bauer and his influence on Marx (far greater than Feuerbach). Holy Family was a bit unfair attack (possibly Marx is so vehement because he is more engaged in expurgating his own former beliefs). Rosen (1925–2014) got his Phd (The Young Hegelians and the Issue of Origin of Christianity) in Warsaw in 1957.

Table of contents:

PART ONE: BRUNO BAUER AS A YOUNG HEGELIAN 1
I. The problem 3
II. Literature on Bruno Bauer 7
III. Bauer's life until the publication of Strauss' Leben Jesu 17
IV. The split in the Hegelian school - emergence of the Young Hegelians 21
V. Bruno Bauer as a theologian and critic of Strauss 36
VI. Bauerian Critique of the Gospels 45
VII. Bruno Bauer as commentator on Hegel 62
VIII. Bauer's conception of religion and history 85
IX. Bauer's political conception 109

PART TWO: KARL MARX AND BRUNO BAUER
I. The personal relations and literary collaboration between Bauer and Marx 127
II. Bauerian motifs in Marx's conception of religion 133
III. Bauer's influence on Marx's dissertation 148
IV. Bauerian motifs in Marx's conception of alienation 162
V. The impact of Bauerian ideas onMarx's conception of ideology 180
VI. Marx, Feuerbach, Bauer 202
VII. The polemic between Marx and Bauer 223

Bibliography 241

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