Evil Matters: A Philosophical Inquiry

New York: Routledge (2021)
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This book explores the nature, normativity, and aftermath of evil action. It combines philosophical conceptual analysis with empirical studies in psychology and discussions of historical events to provide an innovative analysis of evil action.

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Zachary J. Goldberg
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