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The Swastika

Author: Malcolm Quinn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134854951
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Despite the enormous amount of material on the subject of Nazism, there has been no substantial work on its emblem, the swastika. This original and controversial contribution examines the role that the swastika played in the construction of the Aryan myth in the nineteenth century, and its use in Nazi ideology as a symbol of party, nation and race, treating it as symbolic phenomenon in a cultural context. By identifying the swastika as a boundary or liminal image, Malcolm Quinn allies visual anaysis to issues of material culture and history.

The Science Of The Swastika

Author: Bernard Thomas Mees
Publisher: Central European University Press
ISBN: 9789639776180
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"The swastika and similar symbols were employed by the ancestors of the modern-day Germans. With the Nazi seizure of power, studies of such ideographs became directly supported by the state. The Science of the Swastika is the first theoretically informed study of the relationship between an academic discipline and what the Nazis termed their Weltanschauung. It surveys the fate of Old Germanic studies under the Nazis, a discipline of especial interest to the forces of German reaction. German swastika studies also gave rise to the SS-Ahnenerbe, the antiquarian research organization through which medical experiments were later to be performed on the inmates of concentration camps. The Old Germanic studies of the Nazi period proved to be a creative foil to the almost overwhelmingly destructive side of National Socialism."--BOOK JACKET.

Introducing Religion

Author: Willi Braun
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134937113
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The study of religion encompasses ordinary human social practice and is not limited to the extraordinary or divine. 'Introducing Religion' brings together leading international scholars in the field of religious studies to examine religion as integral to everyday social practice. The book establishes a theoretical framework for the study of religion to analyse prayer, ritual, science, morality and politics in relation to the world's major religions. It will be of interest to students of theory and method in religious studies seeking a clear introduction to the multifaceted nature of religion.

Comet

Author: Carl Sagan
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0307801055
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WHAT ARE THESE GRACEFUL VISITORS TO OUR SKIES? WE NOW KNOW THAT THEY BRING BOTH LIFE AND DEATH AND TEACH US ABOUT OUR ORIGINS. Comet begins with a breathtaking journey through space astride a comet. Pulitzer Prize-winning astronomer Carl Sagan, author of Cosmos and Contact, and writer Ann Druyan explore the origin, nature, and future of comets, and the exotic myths and portents attached to them. The authors show how comets have spurred some of the great discoveries in the history of science and raise intriguing questions about these brilliant visitors from the interstellar dark. Were the fates of the dinosaurs and the origins of humans tied to the wanderings of a comet? Are comets the building blocks from which worlds are formed? Lavishly illustrated with photographs and specially commissioned full-color paintings, Comet is an enthralling adventure, indispensable for anyone who has ever gazed up at the heavens and wondered why. "SIMPLY THE BEST." --The Times of London "FASCINATING, EVOCATIVE, INSPIRING." --The Washington Post "COMET HUMANIZES SCIENCE. A BEAUTIFUL, INTERESTING BOOK." --United Press International "MASTERFUL . . . SCIENCE, POETRY, AND IMAGINATION." --The Atlanta Journal & Constitution

Swastika The Earliest Known Symbol And Its Migrations

Author: Thomas Wilson
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
ISBN: 9780766108189
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With Observations on the Migration of Certain Industries in Prehistoric Times. Partial Contents: Definitions, descriptions and origin; Dispersion of the Swastika, Orient, Africa, Occident, Europe, U.S., Central America; Forms allied to the Swastika; Cross among the American Indian; Significance of the Swastika, Migration of Symbols; Prehistoric objects associated with the Swastika.