A new interpretation of Marx's early development and the political dimension of Young Hegelianism.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1. At the end of idealism: from 'nihilism' to 'positive philosophy'; 2. The transcendent sovereign and the political theology of restoration; 3. Ludwig Feuerbach and Christian civil society; 4. The social and political discourse of personality, 1835–1840; 5. Pantheism, social question and the third age; 6. Arnold Ruge: radical democracy and the politics of personhood, 1838–1843; 7. Karl Marx: from social republicanism to communism; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography.
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