Continued... While Goldhagen as a historian concentrates on the past, for the Pope more important are conclusions that are related to the todays reality and the future. The first one raises accusations, while the second tries to build on love, hope and trust, evoking the memory of Auschwitz that should not bear any new hatred, it should instead illustrate how disastrous is the work of the hate. That is why Daniel Goldhagen has chosen an outcry, while Benedict XVI ? meaningful silence.
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from the article: Benedict at Auschwitz: unanswered questions