Episode 29: All Quiet on the Western Front

"Terror can be endured so long as a man simply ducks; but it kills, if a man thinks about it." Published by Erich Maria Remarque in 1929, "All Quiet on the Western Front" is one of the most important war novels of all time. This episode is a discussion of the novel and some of the themes it portrays, such as war, dehumanization, and the lost generation. 

Link to Paul Bloom's alternative take on Dehumanization as discussed around 17:40 mark: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/11/27/the-root-of-all-cruelty (Link)

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