In this magisterial history, David Nirenberg explores anti-Judaism
from antiquity to the present, from the Ancient Egyptians who
resented their Jewish neighbours to the ideas of Voltaire and Marx,
thereby revealing it to be a mode of thought deeply embedded in the
Western tradition. With intolerance and racism on the rise across
the West, the central argument of David Nirenberg's groundbreaking
study - that to imagine anti-Judaism to be confined to the margins
of our society is to be dangerously complacent - is as urgent and
as timely as it has ever been.
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