By Martin Nicholas (Ed.)
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As the non-European parties to Nietzsche’s social contract, the Jews would do well to examine the fine print on the racial contract that silently informs his plan for European re-integration. As a ‘strong’ race, they are expected both to assimilate into the new European union and to share their spirituality with lesser races and peoples. In exchange for these sacrifices they will supposedly be granted a home in the new European order, which, Nietzsche assures us, they desire most of all. Let us set aside the questions of whether the Jews want a home in Europe and how Nietzsche would have knowledge of such a wish.
26 Daniel W. Conway His social contract welcomes all European nations as signatories and beneficiaries (even if their decadence requires him to serve as their proxy), while his racial contract identifies only the Germans and the French as deserving of the privileges pertaining to genuine European nations. Mills’s analysis thus helps us to distinguish between the social and racial contracts that underlie Nietzsche’s plan for European reintegration. Whereas all European peoples and nations will contribute to the new order that he envisions, most of them will play no role whatsoever in the formation and composition of the new ruling elite.
1–2. 24 Daniel W. 22 When applied to the case of Nietzsche’s plan for pan-European integration, Mills’s analysis of the racial contract helps us to identify and illuminate the background conditions to which Nietzsche tacitly pledges allegiance. To be sure, Nietzsche does not propound a version of the social contract as a means of deriving a justification for the exercise of political power; in fact, he expressly ridicules the ‘sentimentalism’ that motivates all such theories (GM II 17). ’ (p. 39) Mills, p.
Nietzsche and the German Tradition by Martin Nicholas (Ed.)