Οι πολιτισμικές βάσεις του αντισιμητισμού

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Οι πολιτισμικές βάσεις του αντισημιτισμού Αριστείδης Ν. Χατζής Αναπληρωτής Καθηγητής Φιλοσοφίας Δικαίου & Θεωρίας Θεσμών Θεσσαλονίκη Θεσσαλονίκη / / Αθήνα Αθήνα 31/3 & 6/4/2015 31/3 & 6/4/2015
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  • Fagin (Charles Dickens)

    [A]nd standing over them, with a toasting-fork in his hand, was a very old shrivelled Jew, whosevillainous-looking and repulsiveface was obscured by a quantity of matted red hair. He was dressedin a greasy flannel gown, with histhroat bare; and seemed to bedividing his attention between the frying-pan and the clothes-horse.

    Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist (1838)

  • Fagin (Charles Dickens)The mud lay thick upon the stones, and a

    black mist hung over the streets; the rainfell sluggishly down, and everything felt coldand clammy to the touch. It seemed just the night when it befitted such a being as the Jew to be abroad. As he glided stealthilyalong, creeping beneath the shelter of the walls and doorways, the hideous old manseemed like some loathsome reptile, engendered in the slime and darknessthrough which he moved: crawling forth, bynight, in search of some rich offal for a meal.

    Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist (1838)

  • A Jew seldom thieves, but is worse than a

    thief; he encourages others to thieve. In every town there is a Jew, either resident or tramping. [...] If a robbery is effected, the property is hid till a Jew is found, and a bargain is then made.(Quarterly Review, 1839).

    Eliza Davies (vile prejudice against the despised Hebrew)

  • lie Magus (Honor de Balzac)Elie Magus, force dacheter des diamants et de les

    revendre, de brocanter les tableaux et les dentelles, les hautes curiosits et les maux, les fines sculptures et les vieilles orfvreries, jouissait dune immense fortune inconnue, acquise dans ce commerce, devenu si considrable. [] Si le vieux juif stait dcid, contre les lois Isralites, devenir propritaire, croyez quil eut bien ses raisons. Le vieillard finissait, comme nous finissons tous, par une manie pousse jusqu la folie. Quoiquil ft avare autant que son ami feu Gobseck, il se laissa prendre par ladmiration des chefs-doeuvre quil brocantait. [] Aussi Elie Magus ne manquait-il pas une seule des grandes ventes, visitait-il tous les marchs et voyageait-il par toute lEurope. Cette me voue au lucre, froide comme un glaon, schauffait la vue dun chef-doeuvre, absolument comme un libertin, lass de femmes, smeut devant une fille parfaite et sadonne la recherche des beauts sans dfaut.

    Honor de Balzac, Le Cousin Pons (1847)

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