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Hayek on intellectuals and the Nazis

This week in my Contemporary European Philosophy course, we are reading Friedrich Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom, published in 1944 at the height of World War 2. “It is a common mistake to regard National Socialism as a mere revolt … Continue reading

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Five weak explanations for National Socialism [Section 4 of Nietzsche and the Nazis]

[This is Section 4 of Nietzsche and the Nazis.] 4. Five weak explanations for National Socialism a) A common explanation is that the Germans lost World War I. They were bitter over the loss and the harsh punitive measures the … Continue reading

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“Nietzsche and the Nazis” documentary published

Nietzsche and the Nazis, A Personal View by Stephen Hicks, Ph.D. Publisher: Ockham’s Razor Publishing, 2006. Format: 2:45-hour DVD documentary. Reviewed by Professor Tibor Machan. The first several minutes of the documentary are posted at YouTube: [Go to the Nietzsche … Continue reading

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