Talk:Alfred Ploetz

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No Ploest is not enough . Of course scientific thought is relevant to the Holocaust , but it is philosophy that allows the herders to be persuaded to herd , to see society in such an ordered acceptance of this eugenical thinking . No? _____________________________

The references need to be fixed. Worst is the fact that the abbreviation ARGB is unidentified and it is not at all clear what the acronym represents. Also the notes in the references should not be in German (apart from where I give Ploetz' actual words) when the article is in English. Hadding (talk) 17:49, 2 September 2008 (UTC)

Also there is no link to "The Erbartzt," on which references [1] and [3] both depend. Hadding (talk) 17:58, 2 September 2008 (UTC)

weaseling ... of a sort[edit]

Uh... "Ploetz first proposed the theory of racial hygiene (race-based eugenics)" - tries to make it sound legitimate. But of course, more likely, it was just standard Nazi racist nonsense. Who wrote this?radek (talk) 04:02, 2 October 2009 (UTC)