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“…‘We are against … the slavish prose of the chancelleries … We prefer to them, come what may , the anti-diplomatic brutality of Hitler, which is more peaceful than the slobbering excitation of the diplomats and politicians’ (cited in Wolin, 2004: 181). The following essays, while protective of Bataille, nonetheless variously concede his ambivalence toward fascism in the 1930s: Stoekl (1990), Suleiman (1994), Richman (1997) and Geroulanos (2006).…”
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“…‘We are against … the slavish prose of the chancelleries … We prefer to them, come what may , the anti-diplomatic brutality of Hitler, which is more peaceful than the slobbering excitation of the diplomats and politicians’ (cited in Wolin, 2004: 181). The following essays, while protective of Bataille, nonetheless variously concede his ambivalence toward fascism in the 1930s: Stoekl (1990), Suleiman (1994), Richman (1997) and Geroulanos (2006).…”
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“…On the elective affinities, as well as important differences, between Bataille and key Frankfurt School thinkers see Weingrad’s instructive survey (2001). For a refined analysis of Bataille’s political evolution, understood in terms of a quest for an elusive virility, see Suleiman (1994).…”
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