This research draws a broad perspective on the modernity in relation to civilization. It also focuses on how the traditional discontent to civilization affects the civilization in the modern world. The study focuses on the Holocaust origin in reference to the modernity and the underlying moral and sociological critique. In the article, the consequences of the Holocaust will be examined for the extant modern civilization model and civilization process logic.
In this article, the main focus of the author is on the factors that resulted to the Jewish question final solution. Cymet enhances this by providing information on the pastoral letter whose publication came from the Catholics church which is a clear demonstration of the support by this church to civilization and polishing the policy of the government aimed at elimination of the Jews. The information on Holocaust is fully highlighted in this article from various perspectives with the author aiming at creating a perspective of the church stand and the influence that it had in triggering various changes through in which the modern society is a product of.
This article traces the tread of the holocaust. It highlights on the coming of the holocaust to the Italy at the early nineteen forties. The author highlights about the fate of the Jews after the fascist regime and the survival figures in various European countries. The author also depicts the civilization concept in the Italians and the Germans. In this depiction, he highlights the issue of the recent questioning by the scholars on the laws of discrimination which the sympathetic administrators subverted; with a particular illustration aimed at showing that Jews persecution was practically more severe coupled with having consequences that were ominous.
In this article, Freeman vindicates the Holocaust sociological history. The important genocide continuities and discontinuities are demonstrated with the finding calling into question Zygmunt thesis in which the orthodox approaches to the politics and modernity sociology is challenged by the holocaust modernity. The author tries to illustrate that although distinctive features are manifested by the Holocaust, in addition, ancient structural and motivation genocide sources are also reproduced. The argument of Freeman does provide a critical approach to the modern civilization although providing a view of the interrelation (destructive and constructive) that is clearer in relation to civilization. Freeman conclusion argues in the sense that if the Holocaust was produced by the modernity, this modernity also resulted to genocide moral and sociological critique.
The article is based on a comprehensive examination of what happened after the holocaust for modern civilization extant model together with offering the reader with the judgment behind the process of civilization. The argument is that the Holocaust historical study provides a clear prove to justify the assumption that the genocide that was perpetrated by the Nazi was as a result of the procedural culture that was rational. From the illustrations provided by Zygmunt, it is possible to have a clear understanding of the trail that resulted to genocide.
This article looks at the holocaust, modernity and civilization. In the introduction, Bauman provides the various ways through which the Holocaust significance can be shrugged off, misjudged or belittled as a civilization theory, modern civilization and modernity. Among the various ways that the author does this is through presentation of the Holocaust as an happening to the Jews and as an historic Jews event. The approaches that the author uses create uniqueness, uncharacteristic comfort and inconsequential sociology of the Holocaust. Therefore, the author presents the holocaust in such a way that it appears to be one set of item through which some light is shed to the societal pathology in which this occurrence was experienced.