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Author:Tzvetan Todorov [Todorov, Tzvetan]

Language: eng

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Tags: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) — Moral and ethical aspects., Concentration camps — Moral and ethical aspects., Totalitarianism — Moral and ethical aspects.

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

Published: 1996-06-02T19:00:00+00:00

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] 54 ■ NEITHER MONSTERS NOR BEASTS

That person, moreover, never deals with the actual corpses. And at the other end of the chain, there must be someone to deliver the final blow, someone who will know no peace of mind until the day he dies (a day that, at all events, is not far off) but who nevertheless is not really guilty of anything. Those who made all this possible—Speer, Eichmann, Hoss, and all the countless other intermediaries, the police, the bureaucrats, the railway employees, the manufacturers of the deadly gas, the suppliers of barbed wire, the builders of the high-performance crematoriums—can always shift their responsibility onto the next link in the chain. We can tell them that they were wrong, that even in a totalitarian state the individual remains responsible for his or her actions or failure to act; still, we have before us an entirely new kind of responsibility that cannot be considered the same as that of the ordinary criminal. The nonrecognition of this responsibility by the perpetrators of totalitarian crime and their consequent dismissal of the moral problem make it easier for such crimes to be committed. It would be hypocritical, however, to see the effects of compartmentalized labor as peculiar to the totalitarian state when in fact all of us are well acquainted with them, regardless of where we live. Today we can shake an accusatory finger at the workers in the German factories that produced Zyklon B, but, as George M. Kren and Leon Rappoport ask, “Would workers in the chemical plants that produced napalm accept responsibility for burned babies?” (141). And why mention only the most spectacular methods of extermination? Are other weapons any different? Can anyone who manufactures explosives or cannons or missiles possibly imagine that they will never be used to kill people? And how can one know if they’ll be used against “innocent” civilians or “guilty” soldiers—guilty, that is, of belonging to the enemy nation?

(7 open today’s newspaper; on page 12 there is an article about Bourses, a city I happen to know a hit. “The economic engine behind Bourgess growth is the military” the article says. “The factories of this industrial complex, all dedicated to the manufacture of ground weaponry (heavy cannon), employ some 2,000 highly skilled workers and . . . keep an extensive network of subcontractors busy as well, The bottom line? Bourges is proud, of its low unemployment rate of 7

 

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Author:Tzvetan Todorov [Todorov, Tzvetan]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) — Moral and ethical aspects., Concentration camps — Moral and ethical aspects., Totalitarianism — Moral and ethical aspects.

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

Published: 1996-06-02T19:00:00+00:00
] 54 ■ NEITHER MONSTERS NOR BEASTS

That person, moreover, never deals with the actual corpses. And at the other end of the chain, there must be someone to deliver the final blow, someone who will know no peace of mind until the day he dies (a day that, at all events, is not far off) but who nevertheless is not really guilty of anything. Those who made all this possible—Speer, Eichmann, Hoss, and all the countless other intermediaries, the police, the bureaucrats, the railway employees, the manufacturers of the deadly gas, the suppliers of barbed wire, the builders of the high-performance crematoriums—can always shift their responsibility onto the next link in the chain. We can tell them that they were wrong, that even in a totalitarian state the individual remains responsible for his or her actions or failure to act; still, we have before us an entirely new kind of responsibility that cannot be considered the same as that of the ordinary criminal. The nonrecognition of this responsibility by the perpetrators of totalitarian crime and their consequent dismissal of the moral problem make it easier for such crimes to be committed. It would be hypocritical, however, to see the effects of compartmentalized labor as peculiar to the totalitarian state when in fact all of us are well acquainted with them, regardless of where we live. Today we can shake an accusatory finger at the workers in the German factories that produced Zyklon B, but, as George M. Kren and Leon Rappoport ask, “Would workers in the chemical plants that produced napalm accept responsibility for burned babies?” (141). And why mention only the most spectacular methods of extermination? Are other weapons any different? Can anyone who manufactures explosives or cannons or missiles possibly imagine that they will never be used to kill people? And how can one know if they’ll be used against “innocent” civilians or “guilty” soldiers—guilty, that is, of belonging to the enemy nation?

(7 open today’s newspaper; on page 12 there is an article about Bourses, a city I happen to know a hit. “The economic engine behind Bourgess growth is the military” the article says. “The factories of this industrial complex, all dedicated to the manufacture of ground weaponry (heavy cannon), employ some 2,000 highly skilled workers and . . . keep an extensive network of subcontractors busy as well, The bottom line? Bourges is proud, of its low unemployment rate of 7

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