Walter Benjamin and Gershom Scholem are regarded as two of the
most famous and influential Jewish thinkers and writers of the
twentieth century, and their late work is well-known. The
importance of the intense intellectual partnership they forged in
the years between the First World War and 1923, however, is less
appreciated and understood. This is the first book to make the
works of this untranslated and unpublished early period --
including Benjamin's and Scholem's ideas on messianism, language,
divine justice, and the quest for a philosophy of Judaism --
accessible to a wider audience.
Columbia University Press
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