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The banality of evil according to Hannah Arendt

Where does evil come from? Why are people capable of doing terrible things? Are these people different from others? When Hannah Arendt left Germany, the Nazis had not yet launched ′the final solution′ to exterminate the Jews. When the person responsible for transport to the camps was captured in Argentina, Adolf Eichmann, the Jewish thinker wanted to see that criminal face to face, attending his trial in Israel.

Article by José de Segovia from Madrid/Sunday, January 13th 2019



This is an short translation of the original article published in Spanish by Entrelíneas: Revista de Arte as Hannah Arendt: La banalidad del mal


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