How anti-Semites pitted Wittgenstein’s “Jewish mathematicality” against the thought of Heidegger.
Following Nazism’s commandment to kill—one last time.
Sometimes revenge is the best revenge.
Ernst Jünger and the Jews.
The word “Jew” is never heard in The Mortal Storm, but the message is clear.
Refuting an anti-Semitic libel need not involve papering over Soviet crimes.
The shockingly easy rehabilitation of an admirer of Hitler.
Hans Asperger and the “euthanasia” program.
Robert Faurisson’s anti-Zionism.
Hitler fought World War II to defeat “the Jews.”
The dangers of rhetorical hysteria.
They knew enough.
Rushing the stage at Madison Square Garden.