Introduction 1. Ernst Bloch On the Original History of the Third Reich Not Hades, but Heaven on Earth Hunger, "'Something in a Dream' "God of Hope, Thing-For-Us Marx and the End of Alienation 2. Erich Fromm The Dogma of Christ 3. Leo Lowenthal The Demonic: Project for a Negative Philosophy of Religion 4. Herbert Marcuse Luther, Calvin, Kant 5. Theodor Adorno Reason and Sacrifice Reason and Revelation Meditations on Metaphysics 6. Max Horkheimer Theism and Atheism The Jews and Europe Religion and Philosophy Observations on the Liberalization of Religion 7. Walter Benjamin Capitalism and Religion Theological-Political Fragment Theses on the Philosophy of History 8. Johann Baptiste Metz Productive Noncontemporaneity Anamnestic Reason: A Theologian's Remarks on the Crisis of the Geisteswisesnschaften 9. Jurgen Habermas Transcendence from Within, Transcendence in this World Faith and Knowledge 10. Helmut Peukert Enlightenment and Theology as Unfinished Projects 11. Edmund Arens Religion as Ritual, Communicative, and Critical Praxis
Eduardo Mendieta is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University. He is the author or editor of several books including The Adventures of Transcendental Philosophy, Identities: Race, Class, Gender, and Nationality and (as editor and translator), Enrique Dussel's The Underside of Modernity.