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Gobineau's basic concept, as further refined and developed in Nazism, places the black Aboriginal Australians and " African savages " at the bottom of the hierarchy, while the white Northern and Western European Aryans ( consisting of Germans, Finnish, Swedish, Icelanders, Norwegians, Danish, British, French, Northern Italians, Irish and Dutch ) were at the top ; white olive-skinned Southern Europeans ( consisting of the Spanish, Southern Italians, Greeks and Portuguese, i. e. those of what is called the Mediterranean race, which was regarded as another subrace of the Caucasian race ) in the upper middle ranks ; Slavs ( Even though the Slavs are white and of Indo-European ancestry, the Nazis placed them lower on the scale because they were regarded as primarily of the Alpine race rather than the Nordic race, and thus fit only to be peasants.
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Gobineau's and Nazism
Hitler and Nazism borrowed much of Gobineau's ideology, though Gobineau himself was not anti-Semitic, and may even be characterised as philo-Semitic.
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However, it " omitted the laws of repulusion and attraction, which were at the heart of Gobineau's account of the role of race-mixing in the rise and fall of civilizations ".
Gobineau's and French
In 1885, Haitian anthropologist Anténor Firmin published an early work of négritude De l ' Égalité des Races Humaines (), which was published as a rebuttal to French writer Count Arthur de Gobineau's work Essai sur l ' inegalite des Races Humaines ().
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When the Nazis adopted Gobineau's theories, they were forced to edit his work extensively to make it conform to their views, much as they did in the case of Nietzsche.
In the Chapter " Vision " within his Book " Hitler " he writes that the influence of Gobineau on Hitler can be easily seen and that Gobineaus ideas were used by Hitler in simplified form for demagogic purposes: " Significantly, Hitler simplified Gobineau's elaborate doctrine until it became demagogically usable and offered a set of plausible explanations for all the discontents, anxieties, and crises of the contemporary scene.
Such exhibitions were attempts to illustrate and prove in the same movement the validity of scientific racism, which first formulation may be found in Arthur de Gobineau's An Essay on the Inequality of Human Races ( 1853 – 55 ).
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The fin-de-siècle outlook was influenced by various intellectual developments, including Darwinian biology ; Wagnerian aesthetics ; Arthur de Gobineau's racialism ; Gustave Le Bon's psychology ; and the philosophies of Friedrich Nietzsche, Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Henri Bergson.
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Gobineau's father was a government official and staunch royalist, and his mother, Anne-Louise Magdeleine de Gercy, was the daughter of a royal tax official.
Nott translated Arthur de Gobineau's An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races ( 1853 – 1855 ), a founding work of racial segregationism that made three main divisions between races, based not on colour but on climatic conditions and geographic location, and privileged the " Aryan " race.
Gobineau's ideas found an audience in the United States and in German-speaking areas more so than in France, becoming the inspiration for a host of racial theories, for example those of Houston Stewart Chamberlain.
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This was in spite of Wagner having dismissed Gobineau's racist ideology in his late years as " eine schlechthin unmoralische Weltordnung " ( completely immoral world-order ).
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The eugenics movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, inspired by Arthur Gobineau's An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races ( 1853 – 1855 ) and Vacher de Lapouge's " anthroposociology ", asserted as self-evident the biological inferiority of particular groups ( Kevles 1985 ).
Although Arthur de Gobineau's An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races ( 1853 – 1855 ) constitutes the first elaboration of " biological racism ", as opposed to Henri de Boulainvilliers ' anti-patriotic and anti-nationalist racism, Hannah Arendt traces the emergence of modern racism as an ideology to the Boers ', starting in particular during the Great Trek in the first half of the 19th century, and qualifies it as an " ideological weapon for imperialism ".
Gobineau's " influence on the development of racial theory has been exaggerated and his ideas have been routinely misconstrued ".
basic and concept
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basic and further
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may not require further explanation or clarification when the very nature of them shows that they are basic and elementary.
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