Marx conception of the Human nature has been the basic claim for a large number of readings/ in one such read he claims that the political emancipation of the Jews and other minorities does not constituents the human emancipation of the minorities. He said that the German Jews are the people who are egoistic. On one hand, they want to work for the political emancipation of the country and on the other hand as human beings you work for the emancipation of the mankind. He said that they used to recognize that the Christian state is justified and they can also get the recognition from the general oppression. He said that it was due to the nature of the Christian state, that it was incapable of emancipation of the Jew. In particular the German Jew was confronted due to the absence of the political emancipation. This did marked the nature of the Christian’s in the state (Marx, 1958). However, the Jewish question still remained unanswered and there came up a great contradiction where the difference rose up between the religious constraint and political emancipation. As per the Marx concept of human nature, he said that it was the criticism of the political emancipation by the human beings that the Jewish had demanded. He puts forward a large number of questions which is based on the confusion related to the political emancipation. Thus, the Church was against the Jewish and the other minorities. This was because of the political emancipation of the Germany. He was against the political emancipation and its comparison to the religion. As per his theory of nature, it stated that there should be a drive which leads to a spontaneous and a creative production in such a manner that it leads to the satisfactory of the society and the individuals. As per his theory there should not be a different between the Jews and other minorities and the Church. On the other hand, there used to exist a number of differences between the two. Thus his concept of nature advocated the oneness of the society but due to the political emancipation there has been the dissolution of the society.