Talk:Ernest de Bunsen
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"racist Aryan mythology" -- Is that really supposed to be neutral language? It's a big fat insult without any details about what it really means. Nietzsche may have been one of those that accepted Bunsen's views. Probably many did.
Also, there is the mention of "antisemitic writer Paul de Lagarde." Lagarde was a famous professor of Oriental languages at Goettingen. Most of his well-respected books had nothing to do with Jews. To make Lagarde all about the Jews is to show a definite bias. Your Buddy Fred Lewis (talk) 21:28, 22 March 2012 (UTC)