Other countries, which were influenced by fascism or adopted it, "imported" the ideology from Europe.So, in order to examine the roots of fascism, we must turn to the history of Europe.
This one comes with a twist, showing that Nazism wasn’t the only ‘-ism’ that embraced Binding and Hoche’s conclusions.
More than the other books in this list, Veith’s endeavors to show how these other ‘-isms’ saw themselves in conflict with a Christian worldview.
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE: YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED INTO THE COMMUNITY • Resistance is Futile: You Will Be Assimilated Into the Community Here are the Power Point slides for this lecture.
Once World War II began, Kolnai’s work was quietly forgotten because it clashed with the portrayal of Nazis in British and American propaganda as unthinking thugs.
His systematic treatment of the anti-Christian sentiment of Nazis shows that Nazism was not the work of uneducated thugs, but was developed by intellectuals who turned their backs on the entire Western intellectual tradition because of its association with Christianity.SYNOPSIS Today, rationalist propaganda loudly proclaims that the Nazis were Christians and that Christianity, especially Protestant Christianity, was responsible for the Holocaust and untold crimes against humanity.Such claims are based on poor history and a failure to understand the complexity of National Socialism, which at its core was a new religious movement.For an exposition on how Binding and Hoche’s ideas are accepted and implemented today, read Wesley J.Smith’s Culture of Death: The Assault on Medical Ethics in America.Chris opened up hhis review with this introduction: “What you are going to hear here is, well, not narcissistic eisegesis [narcigesis].