13 February, 2020

Otto Weininger

Posted by Socrates in History for newbies, Hitler, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Nazi era, Nazis, Otto Weininger, philosophy, Socrates at 1:13 pm | Permanent Link

Otto Weininger (born in Austria; 1880-1903), a Jew who converted to Christianity, had some interesting things to say. The Nazis used some quotes from Weininger in their propaganda while at the same time denouncing him on the whole:

Weininger: “Greatness is absent from the nature of the woman and the Jew, the greatness of morality, or the greatness of evil. In the Aryan man, the good and bad principles of Kant’s religious philosophy are ever present, ever in strife. In the Jew and the woman, good and evil are not distinct from one another…It would not be difficult to make a case for the view that the Jew is more saturated with femininity than the Aryan, to such an extent that the most manly Jew is more feminine than the least manly Aryan.”


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