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Though. he scrupulously left out of his teaching anything which might have favored some cause or have exhibited his personal beliefs, he is in favor of professors who become engaged in politics. However, they should do this outside the classroom-in essays, which are open to discussion, and in public gatherings, 10. Max Weber, Gesammelte Aufsiitze, p. 154. The Crisis of Understanding / 27 where the adversary can respond. The academic soliloquy should not be fraudulently used for the purposes of propaganda.

Though he rejects nationalism, communism, and pacifism, he does not want to outlaw them; he does not renounce the attempt to understand them. Weber, who under the Empire decided against submarine warfare and in favor of a white peace, declared himself jointly responsible with the patriot who had killed the first Pole to enter DanZig. He opposed the pacifist left, which made Germany alone responSible for the war and which exonerated in advance the foreign occupation, because he thought that these abuses of selfaccusation paved the way for a violent nationalism in the future.

What makes it important is 12. Max Weber, Politik als Beruf (Munich, 1919), p. 66. English translation, "Politics as a Vocation," by H. H. Gerth and C. Wright Mills, in From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology (New York, 1958), p. 12 7· The Crisis of Understanding I 29 the human quality that causes the leaders truly to animate the political apparatus and makes their most personal acts everyone's affair. It is this rare quality that elevates Lenin and Trotsky above the other authors of the 1917 revolution.

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