Elemente des identitären Antisemitismus : Philosophische Reflexionen über die falsche Wahrheit der Identitären Bewegung
This article deals with the conception of ethnopluralism within the European new right movement Identitäre Bewegung and aims at a critique of its problematic implications. While the identitarian activists pretend neither to be racist nor anti-semitic, the article tries to show, that antisemitism is a constitutive element of the ideology of ethnopluralism that strives for a biologization and ethnization of political communities as well as at a political order based on antidemocratic and exclusionary practice. In this case, the fundamental theoretical aspects of ethnopluralism and its immanent antisemitism in the works of Schmitt, Heidegger, Benoist and Faye will be discussed with the goal of focusing onto the identitarian use of ethnopluralism and the ongoing reproduction of anti-semitic stereotypes.
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