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Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism
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MacDonald meticulously takes you through the history of the Jews and provides quotes from notables and facts of that time, both pro and con. At various times Jews have been treated harshly. Why would anyone NOT want to try to understand how and why this happened, in hopes that it would never happen again?
To simply say he is at times quoting some people who said less than flattering things about certain Jews at certain times, is to bury your head in the sand.
I can only say, read the book and draw your own conclusions. Don't let someone else tell you how you should think.
MacDonald covers the complaints of anti-Semites against Jews in various ages such as the Middle Ages which he views as another age in which Christianity and the church turned towards collectivism to combat the political and economic power of the Jews, especially the Marranos, those Jews in Spain especially, who were pressured into converting to Christianity as a way of forcing them to assimilate. It didn't work. The Marranos were mostly crypto-Jews that professed Christianity outwardly, but still married other Marrano Jews and practiced Jewish rituals secretly and generally shunned Christian rituals when they could. This generally confirmed Judaism as a religion based on keeping the purity of the Jewish race. Jews became upwardly mobile in this period within the church and civil society, but still were not truly Christian.Read more ›
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This is essentially a scholarly reference work. It contains hundreds of references for further study. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jan Peczkis
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This book is well written, but the ideas themselves are laughably biased, victim blaming and are simply examples terrible scientific scholarship. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Z. H.
A brilliant and frightening work that cannot be refuted. The fact is that throughout history, in every country that Jews have entered, they have exploited the host nations and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Henry Ford
Need clarification on a few matters.even after reading MacDonald's body of work. Well, much of it. Isn't the idea of group competition that all cohesive groups naturally contend... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Will Bion
MacDonald does his reaserch and brings the facts. It's comforting to read something so well backed.
Admittedly I like his other works well too.
Professor Kevin MacDonald is an evolutionary psychologist and this academic niche colors much of his writing. Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by Carl Robinson
Seth Frantzman types reviewing this book claim that there is nothing anti-gentile in the Talmudic scriptures and therefore MacDonald's thesis that Jews are fighting gentiles in a... Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by john thames
I've just read the second book of Professor Kevin MacDonald's study on Jewry, and I must say that it is my favorite book of his trilogy, that I read within a timeframe of... Read morePublished on November 22, 2012 by César Tort