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Mein Kampf - Volume 2: Chapter 4, Personality and the Conception of the Folkish State Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2: Chapter 4, Personality and the Conception of the Folkish State Summary and Analysis

The purpose of the National Socialist state is to protect the bearer of the culture. Hitler disagrees with Marx on the point that all men are equal. Different blood backgrounds mean that men are not equal and their minds are not equal. It must be a philosophy of life that seeks out the best men, in the Hitlerian context. It is wrong to view a state in economic terms and the National Socialist state must distinguish itself from other states. Wage differentials and economic progress do not make a philosophy. To prove his point, Hitler reviews the factors that lead to the formation and development of culture.

One of the factors that distinguish man from animal is invention. Man invents things that make...

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