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Title:
Problems unique to the Holocaust
Author:
Cargas, Harry J.
Publication Information:
[Lexington? Ky.] : University Press of Kentucky, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
viii, 198 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Can betrayal ever be legitimate? / Steven L. Jacobs -- The moral dilemma of motherhood in the Nazi death camps / David Patterson -- Holocaust victims of privilege / Susan L. Pentlin -- Suicides or murders? / Charlotte Guthmann Opfermann -- Holocaust suicides / Jack Nusan Porter -- Victims of evil or evil of victims / Didier Pollefeyt -- Medicine in the shadow of Nuremberg / Diane M. Plotkin -- Is objectivity morally defensible in discussing the holocaust? / Robert S. Frey -- Indifferent accomplices / Eric Sterling -- Intruding on private grief / Alastair G. Hunter -- Christians as holocaust scholars / Leon Stein -- Art after Auschwitz / Stephen C. Feinstein -- Reflections on post- holocaust ethics / John K. Roth -- Afterword / Harry James Cargas.
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ISBN:
9780813121017
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

This collection of essays addresses moral dilemmas unique to victims of the Holocaust. The book discusses issues raised by questions such as whether the men and women who took their own lives in the face of the Nazi onslaught commited suicide, or were murdered.


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