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2017 | 4 | 147-159
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The Independent Thinking of Justice: To Begin with the Banality of Evil

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Hannah Arendt’s concept “the banality of evil” was subverted by Bettina Stangneth’s recent research. But with the concept of the banality of evil, the inherent continuity of her “radical evil,” Arendt enriched the discourse of evil which allows us to gain insight into the relationship between evil and ordinary human beings. At the same time, Arendt also raised the question about law, ethics and politics when evil was put to justice. In fact, what she cares about, is justice to everyone; what she wants is to under-stand the evil and to make her own critical thinking about it.
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  • Heilongjiang University, 74 Xuefu Rd, Nangang District, Harbin, HeilongjiangProvince, China
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