Gershom Scholem, The Bolshevik Revolution [1918]. Translated from the German by Eric Levi Jacobson

In Joseph Dan (ed.), Gershom Scholem: In memoriam, Vol. 2,. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Thought, 21 (2007)
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an anarchist critique of Bolshevism, drawing on Walter Benjamin. The translation and commentary published as "Theories of Justice, Profane and Prophetic: Gershom Scholem on the Bolshevik Revolution" in Gershom Scholem: In memoriam, Vol. 2, Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Thought, 21, 2007.

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