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    by Richard, Lionel
    Published 1978
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    by Faye, Emmanuel
    Published 2009
    “…Heidegger, l'introduction du nazisme dans la philosophie.…”
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    by Farías, Víctor, 1940-
    Published 1989
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    “…OBJECTIVES: Physicians and the medical/scientific establishment during Nazism and the Holocaust committed egregious ethical violations including complicity with genocide. …”
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    by Thornton, Michael J.
    Published 1985
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    by Dalyell, T
    Published 2002
    “…The rise of Nazism brought horror, humiliation, death and torture to so many free-thinking people - Jews, and other minorities. …”
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    by Delgado, Marcelo Sánchez
    Published 2023
    “…This paper studies a shelter network for Jewish scientists displaced by nazism from the archive of Alexander Lipschütz, a physiologist who lived in Chile since 1926. …”
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    by Romano, Luigi
    Published 2021
    “…Think, for instance, of the events of the 20$^{th}$ century: the First World War, the advent of Fascism in Italy, the Weimar Republic (whose meaning for physics is outlined by the controversial essay by Paul Forman$^{3}$), and the advent of Nazism in Germany, the Second World War, the Cold War, the political upheavals from 1968 onwards which continued until at least the mid-1980s (with the peculiar Italian situation), the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, which had been erected overnight in 1961, the war in Korea (1950-1953), Vietnam (1955-1975), and Yugoslavia (1991-1995), and so on.…”
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    by Cohen, Susan
    Published 2010
    “…This remarkable undertaking, which came to provide academic women refugees with professional, financial and practical support, was in direct response to the growing threat from Fascism and Nazism. Almost from the moment that Hitler came to power in Germany in January 1933, the BFUW Executive Committee began to receive a steady stream of calls from German members of the International Federation of University Women (IFUW), whose lives and careers were affected by restrictions imposed upon them by the Nazi regime. …”
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    by Teller, Edward, Shoolery, Judith
    Published 2001
    “…Born in Hungary in 1908, Teller witnessed the rise of Nazism and anti-Semitism, two world wars, the McCarthy era, and the changing face of big science. …”
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    by Daly, Anya
    Published 2022
    “…Merleau-Ponty’s early political work concerned the issues of his day – Nazism, Marxism and the status of humanism – and did not engage extensively with these emerging onto-political concerns. …”
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    by Harper, Peter S.
    Published 2017
    “…The development of human genetics world-wide during the twentieth century, especially across Europe, has occurred against a background of repeated catastrophes, including two world wars and the ideological problems and repression posed by Nazism and Communism. The published scientific literature gives few hints of these problems and there is a danger that they will be forgotten. …”
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    by Steinberg, Avraham
    Published 2010
    “…Judaism strongly rejects all the extensions of the theory of evolution beyond natural sciences, which endorse the biological assumption of the “survival of the fittest” in commerce and human societies as a whole by justifying claims of social inequality, sexism, racism, Nazism, eugenics, and other moral-social deviations as “laws of nature”.…”
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    by Bettelheim, Charles
    Published 1973
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    by Heisenberg, Elisabeth
    Published 1990
    “…Mais à l'époque de la montée du nazisme, le grand physicien refusa de quitter son pays, cautionnant ainsi le régime d'Hitler et participant à "l'effort de guerre", c'est-à-dire à la course à la bombe. …”
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