Little Eichmann analogy response

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Unformatted text preview: Shyla Ray Logic 201 Peter Hodges February 6 2008 “Little Eichmanns” Response I preface, strictly in terms of my opinion, it is utterly unfair to classify the deaths of the tens of thousands of human beings who obliviously (and literally) dedicated their lives to their career, as befitting or deserved. On September 11 th, people went to work only to be put in a position to have to decide to flail themselves out the building’s hundred story window and splat either on the pavement or atop another individual’s already dead corpse, fall to their death with the crumbling structure, or be burned to smithereens at the very moment of the explosion. Furthermore, how awful to have been a bystander on the way to work with a coffee and briefcase in hand, and witness the mass murder which most likely haunts many of them to this very day? Despite the many mass murder which most likely haunts many of them to this very day?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course PHIL 201 taught by Professor Peterhodges during the Spring '08 term at Boise State.

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