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Echoes From The Holocaust Philosophical Reflections on a Dark Time

Echoes From The Holocaust - Alan Rosenberg, Gerald Eugene Myers - Régikönyvek
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The murder of six million Jewish men, women and children during World War II was an act of barbarity; yet a list of the major concerns of professional philosophers since 1945 would exclude the Holocaust. This book focuses on the profound issues and philosophical significance of the Holocaust.

Kiadó:
Temple University Press
Kiadás éve:
1988
Kiadás helye:
Philadelphia
ISBN:
9780877226864
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
453
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 15.00cm, Magasság: 23.00cm
Kategória:
Preface ix
Acknowledgments xvi

PART ONE: THE HISTORICAL IMPACT
1. The Holocaust as History by George M. Kren 3

PART TWO: ASSAULT ON MORALITY
2. Holocaust: Moral Indifference as the Form of Modern Evil
by Rainer C. Baum 53
3. What Philosophy Can and Cannot Say about Evil
by Kenneth Seeskin 91
4. Liberalism and the Holocaust: An Essay on Trust and the
Black-Jewish Relationship by Laurence Thomas 105
5. The Dilemma of Choice in the Deathcamps
by Lawrence L Langer 118
6. On the Idea of Moral Pathology by Martin P. Golding 128
7. The Right Way to Act: Indicting the Victims
by Abigail L. Rosenthal 149
8. On Losing Trust in the World by John K. Roth 163
9. Ethics, Evil, and the Final Solution by Warren K. Thompson 181

PART THREE: ECHOES FROM THE DEATH CAMPS
10. The Holocaust as a Test of Philosophy
by Alan Rosenberg and Paul Marcus 201
11. The Holocaust and Human Progress by Ronald Aronson 223
12_ The Holocaust: Moral Theory and Immoral Acts
by George M. Kren 245


13. Technology and Genocide: Technology as a "Form of Life"
by Steven T. Katz 262
14. The Concept of God after Auschwitz: A Jewish Voice
by Hans Jonas 292
15. The Psychology of Man after Auschwitz
by Gerald E. Myers 306
16. Concentration Camps and the End of the Life-World
by Edith Wyschogrod 327
17. Language and Genocide by Berel Lang 341

PART FOUR: CHALLENGES TO THE UNDERSTANDING
18. Social Science Techniques and the Study of Concentration
Camps by Hannah Arendt 365
19. The Crisis in Knowing and Understanding the Holocaust
by Alan Rosenberg 379
20. The Politics of Symbolic Evasion: Germany and the Aftermath
of the Holocaust by Manfred Henningsen 396
21. The Abuse of Holocaust Studies: Mercy Killing and the
Slippery Slope by Peter H. Hare 412
22. The "Incomprehensibility" of the Holocaust: Tightening up
Some Loose Usage by Dan Magurshak 421
23. Studying the Holocaust's Impact Today: Some Dilemmas of
Language and Method by Alice L and A. Roy Eckardt 432

The Contributors 443
Index 447


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