Aryanism


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Aryanism

1. a doctrine propagandized by Nazism asserting that the so-called Aryan peoples were superior to all others in the practice of government and the development of civilization.
2. a belief in this doctrine and acceptance of its social and ethical implications, especially with regard to the treatment of so-called inferior races. — Aryanist, n.
See also: Race
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Such annexation would be counter to the present racial theories of the so-called Aryanism underlying the whole German policy, and besides, such annexation would create a very dangerous and formidable minority problem within Germany.
Propagating against resurgences of reformulated Aryanism while critically victimizing any reparable victimology for the sake of upholding status quo does not compose the better worldly integral.
Hitler too did the same in Germany in the name of Aryanism leading to Fascism.
Bonhoeffer stood against Nazism and Aryanism while German Protestant churches of the time accepted both as part of their belief system.
Chosen Syndrome reflected clearly in the case of Adolf Hitler and his boast of Aryanism, also again between Jews and Palestinian and after the Second World War this 'Chosen Syndrome' has begun to rare its ugly head on regular intervals in Sri Lanka.
Thus, incredibly, according to Altman, anti-Semitism and even Aryanism are not connected to the core of Nazism but mere accidental features of it.
Trautmann, Aryans and British India (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997); Tony Ballantyne, Orientalism and Race: Aryanism in the British Empire (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002); Marline Laruelle, Mythe aryen et reve imperial clans la Russie du XIXe siecle (Paris: Editions CNRS, 2005).
For a discussion of Tregear's 'Aryan Maori' hypothesis, see Tony Ballantyne, Orientalism and Race: Aryanism and the British Empire (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), pp.
As Leiper later put it, "the point" of US messages to their German colleagues was clear: "our dissent from anti-Semitism, Aryanism and Extreme Nationalism in the New Church of Germany.
There may be potential in this line of reasoning but Austin does not find it because he has become trapped in the Aryanism of anti-African attacks on theorists who reject Eurocentric imposition as universal.
For example, Nazi race theory was not really located in science, but was motivated by the religion of Aryanism (Poole and Poole 1976; Graves 2005a.