Facing Evil: Light at the Core of Darkness
Paul Woodruff, Harry A. Wilmer
Open Court, 1988 - Philosophy - 297 pages
From the Holocaust to the destruction of the World Trade Center, evil human acts continue to defy all attempts at explanation. This collection of lectures on evil by prominent scholars, writers, theologians and philosophers resonates powerfully as a guide to these dark forces and will help conceptualize a plan for action against them. Included are contributions by Maya Angelou, M. Scott Peck, Rollo May, Raul Hilberg, Samuel Proctor, and others.
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