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    Yoav Peled (1992). From Theology to Sociology: Bruno Bauer and Karl Marx on the Question of Jewish Emancipation. History of Political Thought 13 (3):463-485.
    My key argument will be that by shifting the debate over Jewish emancipation from the plane of theology, where it had been traditionally fought, to the plane of sociology, Marx was able to circumvent one of Bauer's main arguments against emancipating the Jews. Bauer had contended that as a religion of law, not of faith, Judaism was by its very nature a public creed. It was incompatible, therefore, with life in a free state, where religion could only be a private (...)
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    Doron Navot & Yoav Peled (2009). Towards a Constitutional Counter-Revolution in Israel? Constellations 16 (3):429-444.
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    Yoav Peled & Doron Navot (2012). Private Incarceration – Towards a Philosophical Critique. Constellations 19 (2):216-234.
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    JosÉ Brunner & Yoav Peled (1995). Staatsbürgerliche Identität und Selbstachtung im jüdischen Staat: eine Rawls'sche Perspektive. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 43 (2):329-348.
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