Hermann Cohen w drodze ku „Religii rozumu ze źródeł judaizmu”. Przystanek Breslau

  1. Ryszard Różanowski ORCiD: 0000-0002-8497-3189

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Hermann Cohen on the Way to „Religion of Reason: Out of the Sources of Judaism” Breslau Stop
 On the way leading Hermann Cohen from his family Coswig to Marburg and — later — to Berlin, from a Jewish province to a multicultural metropolis, Breslau is a special point. The future philosopher came here in 1857, hoping for the future of fice of the rabbi, to begin studies at the newly established Jewish Theological Seminary. Here too, four years later, he enrolled at the university, opening up the prospect of an academic career. A special point, which allowed him to create in the next years an “impressive system” which is a bold attempt to present German and Judaism as identical or connected. Jewish and religious content was a permanent and constant component of Cohen’s works, and Religion of Reason and System of Philosophy form a whole. Already before the creation of works devoted to Kant, some features of Cohen’s philosophy of religion are revealed, which originated in his studies at Breslau, one of the most important Haskalah centers in the middle of the 19th century. Cohen found there an atmosphere conduciveto the later shaping of the science of the universal religion of reason. After many years, Cohen assessed the Jewish Theological Seminary as “the most important educational institution [of his] youth.”

 

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Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia

14, 2019, z. 3

Pages from 21 to 35

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