Crime/s Against Mankind, Humanity and Civilisation

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GRIN Verlag, 2008 - Genocide - 68 pages
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Anthology from the year 2007 in the subject History - Basics, 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Under the title "CRIME/S AGAINST MANKIND, HUMANITY, AND CIVILISATION" which includes historical crimes as criminis magna against humanity and civilisation within the 20th century, the author, an experienced political scientist, and social psychologist, presents the grounded concept of his approach to what he identified as the three basic genocidal events during the World Wars in Europe: Armenocide, Serbocide, Holocaust. The first essay is the printed version of Richard Albrechts paper which was delivered to the "Second International Meeting on Genocidal Social Practices" (November 20-24, 2007), at Universidad de Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires, Argentinia, focussing on the continuity on Genocidal Social Practices including relevant aspects of preventing genocidal actions, too. According to the printed version of this GRIN-booklet, Richard Albrecht wrote two specific appendices: (i) under the title "On Genocidal Affairs or What Had Happened" the author publishes three very short notes on what stayed in his mind, to be remembered by a productive anti-genocidal memory, as Ernst Bloch puts it, "which does not only remember what happened but also what still is to be done"; (ii) under the title "Murder(ing) Jews - secondly, academically, coldly ...The "final solution" in Germany, 1941-45, as "realizing Utopia" On the false world of a prominent German tenure-historian the author as scholarly as thoroughly reviews, as a radical critic, the long-living, and most effective, complete reversal ("Umwertung aller Werte" [Friedrich Nietzsche]) Hans Mommsen (*1930) did the last forty years in his various publications, which were - and are - widely accepted as legitimate contributions of a genocide scholar in that Gebilde named international "scientific community." Richard Albrechts booklet also presents the authors c.v. and short notes on the books the autho
 

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Contents

Section 1
34
Section 2
36
Section 3
65
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Richard Albrecht ist Sozialwissenschaftler (Dr.phil.; Dr.rer.pol.habil.), Sozialpsychologe, Autor und Ed. von rechtskultur.de.

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