Altruistic Personality: Rescuers Of Jews In Nazi Europe (Google eブックス)
Simon and Schuster, 1992/04/01 - 448 ページ
Why, during the Holocaust, did some ordinary people risk their lives and the lives of their families to help others--even total strangers--while others stood passively by? Samuel Oliner, a Holocaust survivor who has interviewed more than 700 European rescuers and nonrescuers, provides some surprising answers in this compelling work.
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Review: Altruistic Personality: Rescuers Of Jews In Nazi Europeユーザー レビュー - Elizabeth - Goodreads
This is one of the most fascinating things I have ever read. Through their extensive interviews with people who helped to rescue Jews in Nazi Europe, the Oliners find common threads in their lives ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Altruistic Personality: Rescuers Of Jews In Nazi Europeユーザー レビュー - Lisa - Goodreads
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x ページ - ... to exploit his capacity for work without compensation, to use him sexually without his consent, to seize his possessions, to humiliate him, to cause him pain, to torture and to kill him.
xiii ページ - When God came to create the world and reveal what was hidden in the depths and disclose light out of darkness, they were all wrapped in one another, and therefore light emerged from darkness and from the impenetrable came forth the profound. So, too, from good issues evil, and from mercy issues judgment, and all are intertwined, the good impulse and the evil impulse, right and left, Israel and other peoples, white and black — all depend on one another.
ix ページ - But in human nature generous impulses are occasional and reversible; they are absent in childhood, in dreams, in extremities; they are often weak or soured in old age. They form amiable interludes like tearful sentiments in a ruffian; or they are pleasant self-deceptive hypocrisies, acted out, like civility to strangers, because such is in society the path of least resistance. Strain the situation, however, dig a little beneath the surface, and you will find a ferocious, persistent, profound selfishness.
xx ページ - It is of the highest importance not only to record and recount, both for ourselves and for the future, the evidences of human degradation, but side by side with them to set forth the evidences of human exaltation and nobility.
xii ページ - ... Laughing Boy, he wound up in the pen. Twenty years. This for murder. Indians Just ought to leave whiskey to the white folks. I can't remember the names of the others who came there, The casual weekend-ers. But remember What I remember, but do not Know what it all means, unless the meaning inheres in The compulsion to try to convert what now is was Back into what was is.
xi ページ - The latter presents us with a hard mirror. Would I rescue a pregnant woman, a hungry and homeless child, an aged, frightened couple — provide them with food and shelter, dispose of their refuse, and care for them in their sickness — knowing that doing so might bring disaster upon my family and myself from Nazi pursuers and their informers? The rescuers' goodness shakes the foundations of my claims to virtue.