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Published on: September 7, 2014
The Banality of Evil
Did Eichmann Think?

A new book on Eichmann supposedly proves Arendt was wrong when she spoke about the “banality of evil”. But it turns out, that phrase of Arendt’s itself is greatly misunderstood.

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