Moses Hess

Portrait of Moses Hess in 1846 Moses (Moshe) Hess (January or June 21, 1812 – April 6, 1875) was a French-Jewish philosopher and a founder of Labor Zionism. His socialist theories, predicated on racial struggle, led to conflict with Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. As a devoted Spinozist, Hess was profoundly influenced by Spinoza's life and philosophy.

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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1837
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1841
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Published 1843
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Published 1845
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Published 1846
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1899
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1899
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by Hess, Moses, 1812-1875
Published 1905
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1905
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1921
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Published 1971
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 1980
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by Hess, Moses 1812-1875
Published 2007
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