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    Conu' Shafirida faţă cu reacţiunea: Joseph de Maistre sau Fandacsia Descătuşata/ Master Shafirida Stands Up to Reaction: Joseph De Maistre or Unleashing Unreason.Michael Shafir - 2007 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 6 (16):147-158.
    Was Joseph de Maistre a conservative thinker?; an actor who might at any time switch roles with his alleged British counterpart Edmund Burke in a show called “Reactions to the French Revolution”? Or was de Maistre (as Sir Isaiah Berlin saw him) a milestone on mankind’s rush to the “Age of Unreason” in general, and to the Nazi folly in particular? To answer this controversy, Professor Michael Shafir called on the witness’ stand an unexpected expert in conservatism and the folly (...)
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  2. Despre ignoranţă, memorie selectivă şi Holocaust.Michael Shafir - 2003 - Dilema 519:8.
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    Ideology, Memory and Religion in Post-Communist East Central Europe: A Comparative Study Focused on Post-Holocaust.Michael Shafir - 2016 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 15 (44):52-110.
    Post-communist East-Central Europe is witnessing a clash of memories focused on its recent past. Whereas Western memory is constructed around the “politics of regret” and responsibility-assumption vis-à-vis the Holocaust, Eastern memory focuses to a large extent on responsibility-attribution for the trauma of communist rule. These are comparable traumatic experiences, but due to different “cognitive mapping” and different mnemonic social frameworks, Eastern memory has produced a post-mnemonic framework that allows for a creeping justification of interwar Radical Right ideologies; for the transmogrification (...)
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  4. Master Shafirida Stands Up to Reaction: Joseph de Maistre or Unleashing Unreason.Michael Shafir - 2007 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 6 (16):147-158.
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    Rotten Apples, Bitter Pears: An Updated Motivational Typology of Romania's Radical Right's Anti-Semitic Postures in Post-Communism.Michael Shafir - 2008 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 7 (21):150-187.
    Post-communist anti-Semitism in Romania and elsewhere in East Central Europe is not necessarily driven by the same motivations. Basically, each of the categories I employ in the taxonomy (updating earlier endeavors) acts out of a different motivation and has a different temporal orientation. What they all share, however, is precisely the attempt to respond to the need to produce what Benedict Anderson called an “imagined community,” in albeit significantly different positive terms of reference. A distinction is made between the following (...)
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  6. 'Romania's Marx'and the National Question: Constantin Dobrogeanu-Gherea.Michael Shafir - 1984 - History of Political Thought 5 (2):295-314.