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Criticism of Earth : On Marx, Engels and Theology, (electronic resource)

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Criticism of Earth : On Marx, Engels and Theology
Title
Criticism of Earth
Title remainder
On Marx, Engels and Theology
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Drawing on mostly ignored texts, this book thoroughly reassesses Marx and Engels's engagement with theology. Alongside opium, Hegel and Feuerbach, other dimensions become important: historical context, Bruno Bauer, Max Stirner, fetishism, secularism, political ambivalence and the revolutionary possibilities of theology
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Boer, Roland
Dewey number
  • 200.92/2
  • 200.922
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Historical Materialism Book Series
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  • Marx, Karl
  • Engels, Friedrich
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  • Philosophy, Modern
  • Philosophy, German
  • Theology
Label
Criticism of Earth : On Marx, Engels and Theology, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Introduction; Synopsis; The terrain of struggle: theology and the Bible; Conclusion; Chapter One The Subterranean Bible; Outwitting the censor; Against the ruling class; Clergy as part of a corrupt ruling class; Economic allusions; Against other opponents; Appropriation and ambivalence; Conclusion; Chapter Two The Leading Article: Theology, Philosophy and Science; Theology and scientific research; Theology and philosophy; Church and state; Fetishism and idolatry; Conclusion; Chapter Three Against the Theological Hegelians I: Bruno Bauer
  • The book of Isaiah (with Herr Licentiate Bauer)'My friend of many years standing . . .'; The Jewish question; Holy families; Conclusion; Chapter Four Against the Theological Hegelians II: Max Stirner and the Lever of History; Stirner's ego, or, the lever of history; The engine-room of historical materialism; Conclusion; Chapter Five Against the Theological Hegelians III: Ludwig Feuerbach's Inversion; Inversion; Idealism and theology; The theological springboard; Irreligious criticism, or, completing the criticism of religion; The new Luther; Conclusion
  • Chapter Six Hegel, Theology and the Secular StateThe formal theologian; The theological state; The death of theology?; The paradox of the secular state; Conclusion; Chapter Seven Idols, Fetishes and Graven Images; History of religions; Idolatry; Economy; Alienation and labour; Money and Christology; Commodities and capital; Conclusion; Chapter Eight Of Flowers and Chains: The Ambivalence of Theology; Theological tension and the Gospel of John; The Bible and class-conflict; The two sides of opium; Marx's demurrer: on grace; Chapter Nine Engels's Biblical Temptations; Engels's self-exorcism
  • The challenge of contradictionsSchelling, the philosopher in Christ; Conclusion: on the loss of faith; Chapter Ten Revelation and Revolution; The two minds of Friedrich Engels; Doctrinaire atheism; Revolutionary versus reactionary Christianity; The ambivalent Calvinism of F.W. Krummacher; A soft spot for apocalyptic; On Thomas Müntzer and the peasants; Early Christianity; Conclusion; Conclusion; References; Index
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ocn796383691
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Extent
1 online resource (391 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004225589
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unknown
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eBooks on EBSCOhost
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not applicable
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)796383691
Label
Criticism of Earth : On Marx, Engels and Theology, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; Introduction; Synopsis; The terrain of struggle: theology and the Bible; Conclusion; Chapter One The Subterranean Bible; Outwitting the censor; Against the ruling class; Clergy as part of a corrupt ruling class; Economic allusions; Against other opponents; Appropriation and ambivalence; Conclusion; Chapter Two The Leading Article: Theology, Philosophy and Science; Theology and scientific research; Theology and philosophy; Church and state; Fetishism and idolatry; Conclusion; Chapter Three Against the Theological Hegelians I: Bruno Bauer
  • The book of Isaiah (with Herr Licentiate Bauer)'My friend of many years standing . . .'; The Jewish question; Holy families; Conclusion; Chapter Four Against the Theological Hegelians II: Max Stirner and the Lever of History; Stirner's ego, or, the lever of history; The engine-room of historical materialism; Conclusion; Chapter Five Against the Theological Hegelians III: Ludwig Feuerbach's Inversion; Inversion; Idealism and theology; The theological springboard; Irreligious criticism, or, completing the criticism of religion; The new Luther; Conclusion
  • Chapter Six Hegel, Theology and the Secular StateThe formal theologian; The theological state; The death of theology?; The paradox of the secular state; Conclusion; Chapter Seven Idols, Fetishes and Graven Images; History of religions; Idolatry; Economy; Alienation and labour; Money and Christology; Commodities and capital; Conclusion; Chapter Eight Of Flowers and Chains: The Ambivalence of Theology; Theological tension and the Gospel of John; The Bible and class-conflict; The two sides of opium; Marx's demurrer: on grace; Chapter Nine Engels's Biblical Temptations; Engels's self-exorcism
  • The challenge of contradictionsSchelling, the philosopher in Christ; Conclusion: on the loss of faith; Chapter Ten Revelation and Revolution; The two minds of Friedrich Engels; Doctrinaire atheism; Revolutionary versus reactionary Christianity; The ambivalent Calvinism of F.W. Krummacher; A soft spot for apocalyptic; On Thomas Müntzer and the peasants; Early Christianity; Conclusion; Conclusion; References; Index
Control code
ocn796383691
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (391 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004225589
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)796383691

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