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Taught by Professor Suzanne M. The beginning of the Terror is difficult to pinpoint, but by the fall of , all the institutions of the Terror were in place. This lecture shows you how the Jacobins built the Terror, introduces you to some of its victims—including its most famous victim, Marie-Antoinette—and wrestles with the philosophical question of how the Terror emerged from the Revolution.
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The central figure in the narrative is Zarqawi. Born Ahmed Fadil al Nazal al Khalayleh in in the industrial city of Zarqa—hence his nom de guerre Zarqawi—he was a petty criminal and drug dealer until he was jailed in In a Jordanian prison, he found Islamic extremism and became an enforcer for a prison gang that espoused militant jihadism.
Released from prison, he headed to Afghanistan to join in the end days of the war against the Soviets. When the king died in , a general pardon by the new King Abdallah let Zarqawi free, and Zarqawi went back to Afghanistan.
After the American intervention in Afghanistan, Zarqawi fled west to hide in Iraq and prepare for the U. He was supposed to be the missing link. With more granular detail than ever before, Bakos dismisses the linkage.
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If Sofsky, despite his ability to convey the horror of the camps, runs the risk of making them less frightening by making them more understandable, his sociology of the camps swings perilously close to the professional folly of the discipline he and I share: By attributing power to social organizations, sociology at its worst absolves human beings of responsibility. The camp system evinced features that also appear elsewhere. The German executioners and their accomplices were not unusual individuals.
Goldhagen might agree that the executioners were not "unusual," in the sense that, heirs to a long history of German anti-Semitism, the most brutal of the Nazi killers were all too usual although, of course, anti-Semitism as virulent as that of the Nazis would have to be considered "unusual" compared to other times and places. Because his focus is so strongly on forms of social organization, the individuals who are making the machine run, all too often, drop out of sight.
Rarely are they given names and faces. We are not presented with the biographies, except in the collective; we are told, for example, what racial, physical, and age-related characteristics the regime prized in its executioners, but not the towns they came from or the friends they left behind. Sofsky rejects explanations of the Nazi horror which attribute it to "specifically German traditions of authority and authoritarian obedience.
One is left with the disturbing impression that modernity brought the camps into being and not specific people who happened to be German. Sociology is not only about power; it is also about people; indeed the one cannot exist without the other. From his book, we now know how power in the camps was exercised. Please email comments to letters commonwealmagazine.
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