A) theses: jewish question, capital, recap, mystification, commodities, exploitation. Quote identify who the author is (about 5-10) Theology = logic/structure/meaning of god, who god is, what god wants, what god does. Thinking theology draw conclusions about human beings based on conclusions about god. Anthropology = reverse things about logic/structure/meaning of mankind, who is man, what humans want, what humans think, what humans need; and draw conclusions about god. If humans have rich interiors, you would think god produced rich resources. God is dependent on conclusions about mankind. Marx says it doesn"t go far enough because it stops with generic claims and psychological tendencies. Feuerbach thinks people suffer from psychological alienation and rejects god. Marx: the way social structures make us work in labour. Theology is called superstructure, which traces structure to base. Economics of production determine individual attitudes and psychological. Marx says anthropology then shifts to sociology based on idealism and materialism.