The European Races in Prehistory

Hans Friedrich Karl Günther

Hans Friedrich Karl Günther (Friburgo in Brisgovia, 16 febbraio 1891 – Friburgo in Brisgovia, 25 settembre 1968) è stato un antropologo tedesco. Fu un esponente di spicco della teoria della razza e grande sostenitore dell'eugenetica. Tra le sue opere maggiori si ricordano Rassenkunde des deutschen Volkes (1922), Rassenkunde Europas (1924), Adel und Rasse (1926), Rassengeschichte des hellenischen und des römischen Volkes (1929), Die nordische Rasse bei den Indogermanen Asiens (1934), Frömmigkeit nordischer Artung (1934), Herkunft und Rassengeschichte der Germanen (1935), Formen und Urgeschichte der Ehe (1940), Das Bauerntum als Lebens- und Gemeinschaftsform (1941), Platon als Hüter des Lebens (1966).

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2 Risposte

  1. Marc ha detto:

    All of this is quite obsolete: The anti-Slavic prejudice of GUNTHER is a unfortunate caracteristic of all German Raciological litterature!… This anti-Slavic prejudice had disastrous consequences for both Russia and Germany during the Second World War!! The so-called “East-Baltic Race”, a supposedly “inferior” type of blonde-haired people, is of course a total anthropological fiction, concocted in order to “justify” the very silly German prejudice against Slavs!… Sad, but true!

  2. paulthesame ha detto:

    Agreed, Marc. This is pseudoscientific politically-motivated nonsense which should be catalogued as such, not as potentially useful for the furtherance of studies

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