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We may say in advance that their number was extremely small. ). cit. It stemmed rather from the repugnance of intellectuals toward the profanity of language and the vulgarity of reasoning, often deliberate, which used to be a feature of nazism in the period of its struggle for power. 32 But after some years of penitence, even Professor Hellpach joined the faithful. 9. 33 And once nazification was achieved, German scholarship proceeded from a single fundamental idea, expressed by Krieck in the following way: Each folk in each period must form its life according to its own law and fate and to this law of its own, scholarship, with all other spheres of life, is also subject.
The address was read at the celebration of the 550th anniversary of the Heidelberg University, in the presence of many guests from abroad. In many subsequent quotations, too, “Volk” is rendered by folk, in order to preserve somewhat of the mystical flavor it possesses in the German language. ). 15. But though he was enthusiastically seconded by Carl Schmitt and his thesis was unanimously adopted by German political science, the outer world refused to identify the undertone of “today Germany—tomorrow the world” and, instead, preferred to believe that national socialism was an internal, purely German affair.
Two groups deserve the place of honor among those who made their scholarship subservient to Nazi ends: the physical anthropologists and biologists, and the jurists. They spared no effort in molding the abstruse ideas of the new rulers into clearcut articles of laws and directives and in defending the legality of the measures taken. 64. We shall have to deal with these institutions repeatedly in our subsequent discussion. 3, May 29, 1935. The Nazis were not content to see people agree with them more or less; they wanted people to accept them without any mental reservations and to renounce all former ties, if any.