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Question 2: On the Jewish Question

Differences between political emancipation and human emancipation and relation between the two * Political emancipation – full citizenship rights, equal treatment for all under the state * “The limits of political emancipation appear at once in the fact that the state can liberate itself from a constraint without man himself being really liberated; that a state may be a free state without man himself being a free man” (32) * related because political emancipation is a step towards human emancipation * “It is not, indeed, the final form of human emancipation, but it is the final form of human emancipation within the framework of the prevailing social order.” (35) * human emancipation = not just about the individual * individual needs to come out of him/herself, be a “species-being”

How does law figure into Marx’s analysis of emancipation * expelling religion from public law to private law = political emancipation * political emancipation = equality = “…is only the equal right to liberty as defined above; namely that every man is equally regarded as a self-sufficient monad. The constitution of 1795 defines the concept of liberty in this sense. [43] Article 5 (Constitution of 1795). "Equality consists in the fact that the law is the same for all, whether it protects or punishes."

Marx’s approach to religion * Abolishment of religion * ‘stages in the development of the human mind’ * abolishment of religion = no longer religious opposition between Jews/Christians * purely scientific/human relationship (Marx representative of critical theory/science)

Question 5: Theses on Feuerbach

Activity related to Marx’s approach to materialism * human activity/self changing understood as revolutionary * “…is that the thing, reality, sensuousness, is conceived only in the form…...

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