Frankfurt: Campus (2020)

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What ideas of morality and ethics existed under National Socialism? This annotated volume of sources presents for the first time a biographically contextualized selection of texts by academic moral philosophers who distinguished themselves particularly during the "Third Reich". The examination of their ideologues helps to better understand the connection between normative self-understanding and the crimes of National Socialism. In addition, the book enables a differentiated view of the development of moral philosophy after 1945.
Keywords National Socialism  Fascism  Ethics  Normativity  National Socialist Ethics  Antifascism  Alfred Bäumler  Collection
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