"New" Anti-Semitism in Contemporary German Academia
Pallade, Yves, Jewish Political Studies Review
It is one of the bitter ironies of the dialectics of modernity that the very sphere of science and academia, the purpose of which is to enlighten mankind, has provided intellectual cover to modern Jew-hatred. It was in Germany of all places that scientific discovery and academic discourse were subject to the utmost perversion, contributing intellectually and technically to the Holocaust. While anti-Semitism in German society in general has survived Auschwitz, its persistence in academia in particular is all the more a reason for concern. The tenacity and openness of anti-Semitic ideologemes in the writings and utterances of figures with an academic standing throws a dubitable light onto …
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Publication information: Article title: "New" Anti-Semitism in Contemporary German Academia. Contributors: Pallade, Yves - Author. Journal title: Jewish Political Studies Review. Volume: 21. Issue: 1/2 Publication date: Spring 2009. Page number: 33+. © Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Spring 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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