Desde el Blog de Martin Tanaka (ahora entiendo por que le parece que el “Racismo ya fue” para este intelectual).
Bárbaros, como dirian los argentinos, articulos con toques racistas, xenofóbicos y eurocentricos que no me lo puedo creer. Eso si muy bien escritos.
Identity & Migration. de Fukuyama.
Lo rescatable: “It is important to remember, however, that at many periods in history Muslim societies have been more tolerant than their Christian counterparts. The Jewish philosopher Maimonides was born in Muslim Córdoba, which was a diverse centre of culture and learning; Baghdad for many generations hosted one of the world’s largest Jewish communities. It makes no more sense to see today’s radical Islamism as an inevitable outgrowth of Islam than to see fascism as the culmination of centuries of European Christianity”.