Moral complexity and the Holocaust

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University Press of America, Apr 16, 2009 - History - 236 pages
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This book introduces the first sustained analysis of the idea that the Holocaust constitutes a tension between moral complexity and moral enormity. The author examines those tensions and suggests novel ways for how we may come to understand the moral landscape of the Holocaust.

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A Topography of Moral Complexity
Ordinary People in ExtraOrdinary Situations
Dimensions of Moral Complexity

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