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This bibliography of the book Simon Dubnow's "New Judaism": Diaspora Nationalism and the World History of the Jews presents a list of references relevant to the discussion on Simon Dubnow's self-Image in his early twenties. At this point in his development, young Dubnow's intellectual orientation, drawn from his Russian and Western sources, can be described as positivist individualism based on the scientific materialism and philosophical utilitarianism of that era. Dubnow absorbed the materialism advocated by the Russian radicals, which they had drawn from the German popularizers of science Jacob Moleschott, Karl Vogt, and above all Ludwig Büchner.

Keywords: Ludwig Büchner; positivist individualism; scientific materialism; Simon Dubnow



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