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Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 17:33:26 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Re: [BOU:] The Meaning of the Holocaust



Hi

I endorse (fully)Pär's comment (i was horrified by the anti-semitism)

Ismail


> Hello all!
> Well there are no moderators on the list, but perhaps could we could
> exercise some self-criticism.
> I don't know whether the horror experienced by Ismail (iil01-AT-aber.ac.uk)
> was occasioned by Pierre's remark or by Daedalus's incomprehensive
> question, but I would imagine Bourdieu exclaiming sheer horror by reading
> such palpable misanthropic crap on a list devoted to his work. I could
> understand how such revisionist standpoints could get a foothold in
> scholastic philosophical milieus which Bourdieu rightly criticised in a
> series of publications or in political bastions where impotence and
> powerlessness would make them deny the reality of everything.
>
> This is not only a matter of anti-semitism. It has much further
> consequences. It is a matter of how we are to conduct anything which could
> qualify as socioanalysis in Bourdieu's sense. The criminal behaviour of
> Israel is not an excuse for anyone denying one of the most horrible facts
> from the bloodstained history of mankind. Neither does the Holocaust
> provide the jews with any license to treat the Palestinians the way they
> now do. If we are to learn anything from our history we would better start
> being sincere and keep away from using history as weapons against our
> enemies, real or imagined.
>
> Please Daedalus. Go trade your murky business somewhere else, or, better,
> start to think. Start to practice some of what Bourdieu has taught us.
>
> Pär
>
>
> At 17:26 2004-08-06, you wrote:
>
>>i read this post at 2:00 am and thought i was imagining it... the horror
>>
>> > Well...
>> > Are we supposed to receive such antisemitic crap on this list ?
>> > I thought there were moderators.
>> >
>> > Pierre
>> >
>> >
>> > On Friday 06 August 2004 00:56, Daedalus wrote:
>> >> Did it take place in the first place?????
>> >>
>> >>
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