As J15 pointed out, "hate" is not really the best word for his attitude toward women, but as you can see, he was very condescending toward women.
He got away with stereotyping people in a way that would not be tolerated these days in academia. I wouldn't use the term anti-Semite, but he stereotyped Jews, saying that he regarded their optimism as naive.
Maybe I'm wrong about modern attitudes toward stereotyping. It seems that with "identity politics," it has become acceptable.