Chapter 1: The German Idealism of the Jewish Philosophers.
Chapter 2: On the Difficulty of Saying No.
Chapter 3: Transcendence from Within, Transcendence in this World.
Chapter 4: To Seek to Salvage an Unconditional Meaning Without God is a Futile Undertaking: Reflections on a Remark of Max Horkheimer.
Chapter 5: Communicative Freedom and Negative Theology: Questions for Michael Theunissen.
Chapter 6 Israel or Athens: Where does Anamnestic Reason Belong? Johannes Baptist Metz on Unity amidst Multicultural Plurality.
Chapter 7: Tracing the Other of History in History: Gershom Scholem's Sabbati Sevi.
Chapter 8: A Conversation About God and the World: Interview with Eduardo Mendieta.
Jurgen Habermas is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Frankfurt.