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From the Publisher"Heinrich Meier's excellent Leo Strauss and the Theologico-Political Problem is particularly timely and welcome."
"A masterful study of Strauss... The leading interpreter of Strauss's writings in Germany, as well as the editor of his collected works in German, Meier marshals abundant textual evidence from Strauss's corpus to demonstrate that his primary concern was indeed with the conflict between reason and revelation, and not with politics narrowly construed.”
-The New Republic
"Meier is both an accomplished scholar, as his labors on Staruss's collected works show, and a penetrating, rigorous reader of works that communicate through their implications and silences as well as their explicit arguments. Both virtues are on display in this volume...the lecture and Meier's commentary are well worth the price of admission and constitute a major contribution to the Strauss literature." -Thomas W. Merrill, Annapolis, MD: The Review of Metaphysics