Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx: The Influence of Bruno Bauer on by Zvi Rosen

By Zvi Rosen

The current paintings is geared toward filling a hiatus within the literature facing the younger Hegelians and the early considered Karl Marx. regardless of the ordinary view long ago few a long time that Bruno Bauer performed a tremendous half within the radical job of Hegel's younger disciples within the eighteen forties in Germany, no complete paintings has to this point been released at the kin among Bauer and Marx.

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43 Gedanken aber Tod und Unsterblichkeit. Ed. W. Bolin and Fr. JodI. Stuttgart rg03, (SW, I), pp. 6-r5, 44, 68-73, 80-82. 44 Erdmann: Philosophie der Neuzeit, vol. II, p. 688. 40 41 EMERGENCE OF THE YOUNG HEGELIANS 29 the idea of redemption after death and transplant eschatology from the Judgment Day to the sphere of philosophical speculation. The necessary conclusions drawn from this theory should later be realized in historical existence. 45 But it was Strauss and not Richter who caused the split among the Hegelians, or, to put it more exactly: the trends previously evident found such extreme expression as a result of Strauss's literary activity that the split became inescapable.

2 Ibid. 195. 3 Geschichte der Leben-Jesu-Forschung, I, p. 47. BRUNO BAUER AS A YOUNG HEGELIAN cases, to help people liberate themselves from the yoke of the Church. Other scholars go further and see Christianity, which led to the creation of the world of European culture, as the embodiment of false prophecy, which guided human development into the path of suppression of individuality and created a state of stagnation in Europe for many generations. 4 In his essays of the eighteen forties, Bauer tended increasingly towards total detachment from the traditional-orthodox theory on the evolvement of Christianity and all it entailed - and from the conservative-clerical regime which ruled the country and dominated the Theology Department in which he taught.

17 Preference for the logical factor and the conception and understanding of the religious content as mainly spiritual-intellectual are responsible for the fact that the historical fails to play an important part in the philosophy of religion: "The truth is just that which has been called the mysteries of religion. These constitute the speCUlative element in religion [ ... ]"18 Accordingly, Jesus, for example, is understood as a 12 Hph I, 73. 13 Phen 760-761. 14 PhH 416-417. 15 PhR I, 19. 16 Ibid.

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