Some articles on hating:

Hating America
... Hating America is the title of two different books Hating America A History - university-level scholarship Hating America The New World Sport - political commentary ...
Peter Beinart - Works and Views
... Beinart is dismissive of the whole notion of self-hating Jews "What is a self-hating Jew? All Jews are self-loving and self-hating ...
Futurama (season 1) - Episodes
... The Planet Express crew deliver a package to Chapek 9, a planet inhabited entirely by human-hating robots who kill humans on sight ... revealing a shower of lug nuts and causing the robots to renounce their human-hating ways 6 ... "A Fishful of Dollars" Ron Hughart Gregg Vanzo Patric M ... intends to serve the anchovies on a pizza to share with his friends, who end up hating it 7 ... "My Three Suns" Jeffrey Lynch Kevin O'Brien J ...
Self-hating Jew - History - In German
... According to Sander Gilman, the concept of the "self-hating Jew" developed from a merger of the image of the "mad Jew" and the "self-critical Jew", and was ... those who accuse others of being self-hating Jews may themselves be self-hating Jews." Gilman says "the ubiquitousness of self-hatred cannot be denied ... have been aware." The specific terms "self-hating Jew" and "Jewish self-hatred" only came into use later, developing from Theodor Herzl's polemical use of the term "anti-Semite of Jewish origin", in ...

Famous quotes containing the word hating:

    And that is where I find myself now, in the middle—hating the idea of abortions, hating the idea of having them outlawed.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)

    English history is all about men liking their fathers, and American history is all about men hating their fathers and trying to burn down everything they ever did.
    Malcolm Bradbury (b. 1932)

    You must labour to acquire that great and uncommon talent of hating with good breeding, and loving with prudence; to make no quarrel irreconcilable by silly and unnecessary indications of anger; and no friendship dangerous, in care it breaks, by a wanton, indiscreet, and unreserved confidence.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)