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Amedeo Giorgi

interesting to understand why, but the answer requires much more research. Of course, the emergence of the Nazi regime in Germany in the early 1930s played a role because it forced many (but not all) of the Gestalt theorists to emigrate. In any case, by the time World War II ended, the leading nation for the

William A. Pelz

2014 ). If the German Democratic Republic was neither democratic nor much of a republic due to its Stalinist repressive apparatus, it is none the less true that big business 1 (the Krupps) and even former Nazis played a significant role in creating the Federal Republic of Germany (Tetens 1961

Thomas Cloonan

outspokenness of Köhler against the Nazis finally exacted of him departure from Germany. Th e importance of Metzger’s research on the laws of perceptual organization remains intact from out of this picture of Metzger vis-à-vis 1933–1945 Germany—a 230 Book Reviews / Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 39

William F. Fischer

life history, his earlier years in Germany, his relations with Binswanger, von Gebsattel, Scheler and even Husserl, his treatment of an S.S. officer who secretly helped him and his wife to escape the oppression of the Nazi regime, his years of isolation at Black Mountain College and his theoretical

David Matz, Eric B. Vogel, Sandra Mattar and Haydee Montenegro

related to being a Holocaust survivor. Several studies have found an aversion to Germans and German related activities amongst Holocaust survivors (Cherfas, Rozin, Cohen, Davidson, & McCauley, 2006 ; Robinson & Metzer, 2008 ). For some, this aversion was limited to those most closely related to Nazi

Christina Voulgarelli-Christidou

there are new developments in fringe xenophobic groups that have started to gain momentum and prominence. From the uk with the English Defense League, to Germany with Pegida, to Greece with the Golden Dawn, to France’s National Front to name a few, there does seem to be a direction towards xenophobic

Geoff Ostrove

to capture the shock that Auschwitz and other concentration camps had on the European intellect; but it is fair to say that the rise of Nazism to power in Germany and its catastrophic outcomes were a major factor in Theodor Adorno’s thoughts and personal life, and that the impact of these historical


-war German article appeared. His first post-war German article, 'Die aufrechte Hal- tung,' his most famous work, was published ten years later, likewise in the Monatschrift. It was dedicated to Bonhoeffer. Straus concluded 'Die aufrechte Haltung' by citing a poem of the Nazi victim Dietrich Bonhoef- 85

Chip Berlet

whose policies would usher in fascistic totalitarian rule; and 2. Federal healthcare would lead to unplugging grandma and other forms of ruthless cost-effective euthanasia seen as paralleling the policies of Nazi Germany. Both claims emerged as hyperbolic conspiracy theories, but were originally rooted

Steen Halling

widely publicized book ever written by a psychiatrist practicing in Canada. It was praised by a range of notables, including Graham Greene, C. S. Lewis, Thomas Merton, and the philosophers Jacques Maritain and Gabriel Marcel. Stern was born in Germany where he received his medical education and training