The Making of the Holocaust.Ideology and Ethics in the Systems Perspective. by Andre Mineau

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SeriesValue Inquiry Book Series 81
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Number of Pages211
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ISBN 109042007052
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The Making of the gy and Ethics in the Systems Perspective.(Value Inquiry Book Series 81) [Andre Mineau] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. What made the Holocaust possible.

What does it mean from a moral viewpoint. These two questions constitute the main focus of this book. Through concepts borrowed mostly from systems theoryCited by: 1. Get this from a library. The making of the holocaust: ideology and ethics in the systems perspective. [André Mineau] -- Using concepts of systems theory, proposes a three-level approach to explain the genesis of the Final Solution: it was a result of the interplay between antisemitic ideology, Nazi totalitarianism.

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More specifically, the relationships between ideology, political power, and genocide are discussed, and the following topics are covered: (1) the constitution and the historical evolution of the ideology of the Holocaust, through the genesis of anti-Semitism, the impact of the modern paradigms, and the apparent peculiarities of Nazism; (2) the Cited by: 1.

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He is currently Professor of Ethics and History at the University of Quebec at Rimouski. He is the author of La Violence: Biologie, Histoire et Morale Chretienne (), which has been translated into Italian (), and of The Making of the Holocaust: Ideology and Ethics in the Systems Perspective (), published in the Value Inquiry Book Series.

He is the author of La Violence: Biologie, Histoire et Morale Chrétienne (), which has been translated into Italian (), and of The Making of the Holocaust: Ideology and Ethics in the Systems Perspective (), published in the Value Inquiry Book Series. He is currently Professor of Ethics and History at the University of Quebec at Rimouski.

He is the author of La Violence: Biologie, Histoire et Morale Chretienne (), which has been translated into Italian (), and of The Making of the Holocaust: Ideology and Ethics in the Systems Perspective (), published in the Value Inquiry Book SeriesAuthor: Andre Mineau.

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