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For instance, the people who routinely get themselves screened for being a carrier for Tay-Sachs disease are a demographic who have an extremely strong historical reason to be worried about Nazi-style dysgenics, and yet, eugenics is exactly what they are doing whenever a couple of them, on learning that they are both carriers, decide to refrain from having children together, or break off their relationship and seek other, non-carrier partners.
The Nazis thought they were practising eugenics. From their point of view, they were improving the gene pool: People will disagree on which types of eugenics are good and which are bad. We need a better way of referring to the method. Jun September 11, at That more clearly indicates the salient differences between the two, and also avoids coding our own values into the name.
Deiseach September 11, at 1: Nornagest September 11, at 1: Formalized discrimination against Jews began as early asalmost immediately after the Nazis came to power. Mary September 11, at 3: After the putsch, as early as the trial, they wrapped it up in ethnic nationalism as a better sell.
Most Germans were sold that, which lead in due course to the original anti-Semitism. Indeed, many observers thought at the time that Hitler had gotten over his earlier attitude on Jews.
David Hart September 11, at 6: Vilhelm S September 11, at 5: Of course, not everyone will agree exactly with this formulation.
Hainish September 13, at 9: I think the word is just so.[page 2] An introductory comment. 6 We were appointed to advise on the long term development of higher education. But we express here our concern that the long term wellbeing of higher education should not be damaged by the needs of the short-term.
John Locke (—) John Locke was among the most famous philosophers and political theorists of the 17 th century. He is often regarded as the founder of a school of thought known as British Empiricism, and he made foundational contributions to modern theories of limited, liberal government.
That seems different, though, because it requires rejecting one ideology/ingroup, namely Catholicism. It makes sense that people identifying as Catholic would resent that the Protestants found a way to weaken Catholicism, and apparently people who “took the soup” were ostracized.
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