Who is Arnold Ruge?December 13, 2020
Arnold Ruge (September 13, 1802 – December 31, 1880), German philosopher and political writer.
Born in Bergen, studied in Heidelberg. Since he was a defender of independent and united Germany, he was sentenced to 5 years in the Kolberg dungeons in 1825. He went to Halle after his release. He wrote various plays, translated ancient Greek works and joined the Young Hegelians group.
He published the newspaper Deutsch – Französische Jahrbücher with Karl Marx in Paris, participated in the 1848 revolutions.
He moved to Brighton in 1850, continued his life as a writer and teacher, and limited his political life to supporting Prussia.