Hess, Moses

(1812-75)
   German socialist. He was born in Bonn. In 1841 he helped found the socialist daily Rheinische Zeitung, of which Karl Marx became editor. Subsequently he lived in Belgium, Switzerland and Paris. In 1862 he published Rome and Jerusalem which espoused Zionist ideals. Later he engaged in the work of the Alliance Israelite Universelle. His other publications include The History of Humanity and The European Triarchy.

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  • HESS, MOSES — (1812–1875), German socialist, a precursor of modern Zionism, and father of Zionist Socialism. Born in Bonn, Hess remained there with his Orthodox grandfather when in 1817 his father moved to Cologne, where he owned a grocery and a sugar refinery …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Hess, Moses — ▪ German author and Zionist original name  Moritz Hess   born June 21, 1812, Bonn [Germany] died April 6, 1875, Paris, Fr.       German journalist and socialist who influenced Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and who was an important early… …   Universalium

  • Hess, Moses — (1812–75)    Early German Zionist socialist. A student of philosophy at Bonn, Hess was caught up in the revolutionary socialist movement of the time, writing left wing books and articles and helping to produce radical publications. After the… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Hess, Moses — (1812 75)    Early Zionist thinker. Born in Bonn, Germany, he was one of the first to try to integrate two powerful ideological and political forces socialism and Zionism. His book, Rome and Jerusalem: The Last National Problem, published in 1862 …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Moses Hess — (auch Moses Heß; * 21. Juni 1812 in Bonn; † 6. April 1875 in Paris) war ein deutsch jüdischer Philosoph und Schriftsteller. Er gehörte zu den Frühsozialisten und war ein Vorläufer der Zionisten. Gebur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moses Heß — Moses Hess Moses Hess (auch Moses Heß) (* 21. Juni 1812 in Bonn; † 6. April 1875 in Paris) war ein deutsch jüdischer Philosoph und Schriftsteller. Er gehörte zu den Frühsozialisten) und war ein Vorläufer der Zionisten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Moses Hess — Moses (Moshe) Hess (June 21, 1812 – April 6, 1875) was a Jewish philosopher and socialist, and one of the founders of Labor Zionism. Contents 1 Life …   Wikipedia

  • Moses Hess — (en hebreo: משה הס) (originalmente Moritz Hess) (Bonn, 21 de junio de 1812 París, 6 de abril de 1875) fue un judío precursor de lo que después se conocería como sionismo y sionismo socialista. Sus obras más important …   Wikipedia Español

  • HESS (M.) — HESS MOSES (1812 1875) Fils d’un petit industriel allemand, Moses Hess naît dans une famille juive de Bonn; il s’initie aux affaires, commence des études de philosophie à Bonn et publie en 1837 L’Histoire sainte de l’humanité par un disciple de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • MOSES — bezeichnet: Mose, Musa oder Moses, die Zentralfigur des „Pentateuch“, führte der biblischen Überlieferung zufolge die Israeliten aus Ägypten in das kanaanäische Land Pentateuch, die „Fünf Bücher Moses“ (440 v. Chr.) in der jüdischen Tora und im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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