The Psychology of Evil

For some reason, this past week I've been telling people a lot about the Stanford Prison Experiment, the Milgram shock experiments, and to a lesser extent, Arendt's notion of the banality of evil (where she argues that rather than being a radical evil, a great deal of what the Nazis did was bureacratic, sanitized, and frighteningly ordinary).


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