The Frankfurt School on Religion: Key Writings by the Major Thinkers


Introduction1. Ernst BlochOn the Original History of the Third ReichNot Hades, but Heaven on EarthHunger, "Something in a Dream"God of Hope, Thing-For-UsMarx and the End of Alienation2. Erich FrommThe Dogma of Christ3. Leo L¿wenthalThe Demonic: Project for a Negative Philosophy of Religion4. Herbert MarcuseLuther, Calvin, Kant5. Theodor AdornoReason and SacrificeReason and RevelationMeditations on Metaphysics6. Max HorkheimerTheism and AtheismThe Jews and EuropeReligion and PhilosophyObservations on the Liberalization of Religion7. Walter BenjaminCapitalism and ReligionTheological-Political FragmentTheses on the Philosophy of History8. Johann Baptiste MetzProductive NoncontemporaneityAnamnestic Reason: A Theologian's Remarks on the Crisis of the Geisteswisesnschaften9. Jurgen HabermasTranscendence from Within, Transcendence in this WorldFaith and Knowledge10. Helmut PeukertEnlightenment and Theology as Unfinished Projects11. Edmund ArensReligion as Ritual, Communicative, and Critical Praxis

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Eduardo Mendieta
  • Ernst Bloch
  • Erich Fromm
  • Leo Löwenthal
  • Herbert Marcuse
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2004


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