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On Music and Dissonance: Hinge
On Music and Dissonance Hinge
Murray Dineen

And now let us turn to a matter decisive for the deepest understanding of National-Socialist theories of race. During the many thousands of years it took for the system of humanity [menschliche Ordnung] to arise, all the various positions described herein – which, taken as a whole, make up what we call a world perspective [Weltanschauung] – are harmonized in the individual races. The racial inheritance [Erbgut] thus harmonized produces – against racial distinctions –certain unfolding developmental tendencies and boundaries, and these are of a completely determinate nature. Every race has its own task in this regard, but the exercise of determining such distinctions is of no concern to us ...

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