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Hitler Analogies Kritik

Hitler Analogies Kritik

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Joshua MirthPARADE, Wisconsin
Hitler Analogies Kritik 
Table of Contents
Hitler Analogies Kritik...............................................................................................................................1Table of Contents..............................................................................................................................1Strategy Notes.......................................................................................................................................5Framework: ......................................................................................................................................5Link: .................................................................................................................................................5Implication: ......................................................................................................................................5Alternative: ......................................................................................................................................5Extensions and Answers:..................................................................................................................5Cross-Examination Questions...............................................................................................................6 NC Shell (313 Words)...........................................................................................................................7A) Framework...................................................................................................................................7B) Link..............................................................................................................................................7C) Implication...................................................................................................................................7D) Alternative...................................................................................................................................7Full Cards.........................................................................................................................................8Link: Invoking the Holocaust in lesser matters is a trivialization...............................................8The League for Human Rights, 2000,http://www.bnaibrith.ca/publications/audit2000/audit2000-03.html......................................8Ethically incumbent not to misuse Nazi “nuclear bomb”............................................................8Arthur L. Caplan (chair of the Department of Medical Ethics, University of PennsylvaniaSchool of Medicine, Philadelphia,), “Misusing the Nazi Analogy “, Science Magazine, July2005, 10.1126/science.1115437 .............................................................................................8Hitler analogies bad for debate/rational thought..........................................................................8
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BRENDAN NYHAN, “Why the Nazi Analogy Is on the Rise”, TIME Magazine, Thursday,Aug. 31, 2006..........................................................................................................................8Realize that invoking Auschwitz doesn't help.............................................................................8Alan E. Steinweis (Ph.D., North Carolina, 1988, professor at the University of Vermont,areas of expertise include Nazi Germany, Holocaust, and modern Europe, Director of theCenter for Holocaust Studies),“The Auschwitz Analogy: Holocaust Memory and AmericanDebates over Intervention in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s”, Holocaust and GenocideStudies, V19 N2, Fall 2005, pp. 276–289, accessed via Project Muse...................................81AR Shell (127 Words).........................................................................................................................9A) Framework and Link...................................................................................................................9B) Implication and Alternative.........................................................................................................9Full Card...........................................................................................................................................9Ethically incumbent not to misuse Nazi “nuclear bomb”............................................................9Arthur L. Caplan (chair of the Department of Medical Ethics, University of PennsylvaniaSchool of Medicine, Philadelphia,), “Misusing the Nazi Analogy “, Science Magazine, July2005, 10.1126/science.1115437 .............................................................................................9Extensions...........................................................................................................................................10Links...............................................................................................................................................10Comparisons to the Holocaust desensitize us to lesser atrocities..............................................10Alan E. Steinweis (Ph.D., North Carolina, 1988, professor at the University of Vermont,areas of expertise include Nazi Germany, Holocaust, and modern Europe, Director of theCenter for Holocaust Studies),“The Auschwitz Analogy: Holocaust Memory and AmericanDebates over Intervention in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s”, Holocaust and GenocideStudies, V19 N2, Fall 2005, pp. 276–289, accessed via Project Muse.................................10Using “Holocaust” to refer to everything empties the term of meaning....................................10Barbie Zelizer (Ph.D. 1990, University of Pennsylvania; MA 1981, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, former journalist, President of the International Communication Association, has been both a Guggenheim Fellow, a Research Fellow at the Freedom Forum Media StudiesCenter, a Fellow at Harvard University's Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, andPublic Policy, and a Fulbright Senior Scholar.) “Remembering to forget - holocaustmemory through the camera's eye”, 1998.............................................................................10Equating other murders with the holocaust trivializes genocide and is a revision of history....10YEHUDA BAUER (academic adviser to Yad Vashem and the author of numerous booksand articles about the Holocaust.), “Remembering accurately on Int'l HolocaustRemembrance Day”, The Jerusalem Post, January 26, 2010 Tuesday.................................10Trivialization bad............................................................................................................................11Repeated comparisons to historical events weaken the compulsion to act in the future...........11Barbie Zelizer (Ph.D. 1990, University of Pennsylvania; MA 1981, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, former journalist, President of the International Communication Association, has been both a Guggenheim Fellow, a Research Fellow at the Freedom Forum Media StudiesCenter, a Fellow at Harvard University's Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics, andPublic Policy, and a Fulbright Senior Scholar.) “Remembering to forget - holocaustmemory through the camera's eye”, 1998.............................................................................11Trivializing the holocaust obscures its lessons, makes it ambiguous, and a political tool.........11IRWIN COTLER ( Canada's Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada from 2003
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until 2006), “Diminishing the Holocaust”, The Gazette (Montreal) January 31, 2009........11Increased exposure makes us more comfortable with the Holocaust........................................11Stephen D. Smith (Director, Beth Shalom Holocaust Memorial Centre), United Kingdom,January-28-2002....................................................................................................................11Lessons of the Holocaust lose their value if it is overused........................................................11IRWIN COTLER ( Canada's Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada from 2003until 2006), “Diminishing the Holocaust”, The Gazette (Montreal) January 31, 2009........11Poor debate.....................................................................................................................................12 Nazi analogies end arguments by invoking the ultimate evil....................................................12Anne Applebaum (columnist, worked as the Foreign and Deputy Editor of Spectator magazine in London, lectured at Yale and Columbia Universities among many others, was aMarshall Scholar at the London School of Economics and St. Antony’s College, Oxford),“The Hitler Analogy”, The Washington Post, May 20, 2008................................................12Indiscriminate invocation of Nazis trivializes moral discourse.................................................12Walter Wright (Ph.D. Dean of the Department of Philosophy, Clark University, MA, M.A.and Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Teaches Personal Values, Kant and the 19th Century,the Philosophy of Religion, and Concepts of the Self), “Historical Analogies, SlipperySlopes, and the Question of Euthanasia”, The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 2001...12Scholars on the Holocaust consider comparisons destructive of subtlety in debates................12Alan E. Steinweis (Ph.D., North Carolina, 1988, professor at the University of Vermont,areas of expertise include Nazi Germany, Holocaust, and modern Europe, Director of theCenter for Holocaust Studies),“The Auschwitz Analogy: Holocaust Memory and AmericanDebates over Intervention in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s”, Holocaust and GenocideStudies, V19 N2, Fall 2005, pp. 276–289, accessed via Project Muse.................................12ALT: Reject.....................................................................................................................................13Declare a moratorium on Holocaust analogies..........................................................................13MICHAEL BERENBAUM ((professor of Jewish Studies and director of the Sigi ZieringCenter for the Study of the Holocaust and Ethics at American Jewish University), WhoOwns the ‘N’ Word?, The Jewish Journal, October 28, 2009 ..............................................13We owe it to victims to use the Nazi analogy carefully.............................................................13Arthur L. Caplan (chair of the Department of Medical Ethics, University of PennsylvaniaSchool of Medicine, Philadelphia,), “Misusing the Nazi Analogy “, Science Magazine, July2005, 10.1126/science.1115437............................................................................................13A2's and Random Cards......................................................................................................................14A2: “It really is comparable!”.........................................................................................................14 Not even Soviet Russia can be compared with Nazi Germany's goal of complete destruction.14YEHUDA BAUER (academic adviser to Yad Vashem and the author of numerous booksand articles about the Holocaust.), “Remembering accurately on Int'l HolocaustRemembrance Day”, The Jerusalem Post, January 26, 2010 Tuesday.................................14 No universal lesson of the Holocaust is accurate/sufficient......................................................14Alan E. Steinweis (Ph.D., North Carolina, 1988, professor at the University of Vermont,areas of expertise include Nazi Germany, Holocaust, and modern Europe, Director of theCenter for Holocaust Studies),“The Auschwitz Analogy: Holocaust Memory and AmericanDebates over Intervention in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s”, Holocaust and GenocideStudies, V19 N2, Fall 2005, pp. 276–289, accessed via Project Muse.................................14
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