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Enlightenment and Genocide, Contradictions of Modernity


James Kaye and Bo Stråth

Contents: James Kaye/Bo Stråth: Introduction: Enlightenment and Genocide, Contradictions of Modernity – Zygmunt Bauman: The Duty to Remember, - But What? – Robert Wokler: The Enlightenment Project on the Eve of Holocaust – James Schmidt: Genocide and the Limits of Enlightenment: Horkheimer and Adorno Revisited – Arpad Szakolczai: Modernity Interpreted through Weber and Foucault – Stefan Elbe: Of Seismographs and Earthquakes: Nietzsche, Nihilism and Genocide – Arne Johan Vetlesen: Yugoslavia, Genocide and Modernity – Robert Thurston: Stalinism in Context and Perspective: Sources of Permission to Hate in Europe – Elin Frykman: The Cutting Edge: A Sterilisation Campaign in Sweden – Göran Rosenberg: The Heritage of a Century.