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To be a Jew (The Motivating Contrast, the Psychological Incompatibility, the Intellectual Nonconformity, and the Fighting Sentimentalism)

Authors: Emanuel Gluskin

The basic role of Jews is defined as creating a motivating contrast between the mass of the people who often get into trouble, and the subsequently arising leader (prophet) who calls for conscience in order to help the people to survive the trouble. The words of the Old Testament: "You will bring the light to other nations" are understood as a reflection of the fact that such a prophet is important for the whole of humanity. The main reason for anti-Semitism is seen as some psychological incompatibility (perhaps, of some weak autistic nature) of Jews in their contacts with other people. This incompatibility, however, defends Jews against acquiring the feature of conformity of human society (psychology), -- the conformity that has caused serious moral problems over the world. Jews are thus presented as irritating, but positively thinking and contributing people. It is dangerous but interesting to be a Jew.

Comments: 18 Pages. This is an important in its topic and unique in its treatment sociological work. In this version, Appendix 4, extending the topic of human thinking conformity, is added.

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[v1] 2014-03-22 14:04:47
[v2] 2014-03-22 17:03:23
[v3] 2014-03-26 11:23:40
[v4] 2014-05-14 11:18:39
[v5] 2014-07-06 07:23:34
[v6] 2014-09-08 05:23:48
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[v8] 2014-10-23 16:34:50

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