Nazism


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a form of socialism featuring racism and expansionism and obedience to a strong leader

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Nonetheless, according to Safranski, based on his philosophy of authenticity, Heidegger saw Nazism as a "metaphysical revolution.
The muted rejection of nazism is placed in the context of a simultaneous rejection of liberalism and democracy, which are found equally complicitous in modernity's project of forgetting Being.
Early biomedical adherents of Nazism warned with some fervor that the Americans had gotten a leg up on Germany in the battle for genetic supremacy with enlightened state laws banning interracial manage and requiring sterilization of the mentally retarded.
The world overlooked Kurt Waldheim's record, and effectively continues to excuse it, because Nazism has become, forty years after World War II, a Jewish issue.
Once our focus shifts to "the degree to which Nazism was invested in the renovative or therapeutic traditions of western civilizations" (Fritzsche, "Nazi Modern" 3), and once modernism itself is seen not primarily as an aesthetic, but as a force that "breaks with the past, manufactures its own historical traditions, and imagines alternative futures," then the Nazis are revealed as supreme modernists (12).
The advocacy of this thesis that does not stand any critics in terms of verity and historic truth, which is confirmed by the UN Charter and the verdict of the Nuremberg Tribunal, is blatant sacrilege towards the memory of millions of Soviet soldiers who gave their life to free Europe from Nazism.
In December, 2014, Russia called on all UN member-states to back its resolution against the glorification of Nazism.
Similarly, the website has learned that Cruise's attorney, Fields, has raised the specter of Nazism many times while defending Cruise and the Church of Scientology, as a whole.
Under the law, any use of Nazi symbols, icons, shapes, greetings, gestures, and any other attributes associated with Nazism, will be a crime, Izvestia daily reported.
The event marked the first time since the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Stalinism and Nazism became an official day of remembrance in 2012 that the ceremony features a wreath from the acting Bulgarian President (in this case, Rosen Plevneliev, whose term started in January 2012).
Though previous scholarship has already shown that a significant number of Christians in the Third Reich embraced Nazism, Derek Hastings breaks new ground by demonstrating that volkisch Catholics in and around Munich played an essential role in the origin and establishment of the Nazi Party during the early 1920s.
Subsequently, his music has been tainted by its association with Hitler and Nazism.
When the Americans took control of a large part of western Germany in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War, they were faced with the problem of forcing Germans to confront the legacy of Nazism.
In 2007 he had called for a ban on the Quran and compared Islam to Nazism.
Here and in the fifth chapter, the author's focus on aesthetic issues makes possible a particularly fresh and nuanced examination of the structural similarities between Nazism and Christianity, one that goes well beyond the all-too-familiar review of their superficial parallels.