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In T he Barrier Theory of Evil Adam Morton says that evil arises from a failure about the way we make our choices. Hannah Arendt in The banality of...

In The Barrier Theory of Evil Adam Morton says that evil arises from a failure about the way we make our choices. Hannah Arendt in The banality of evil: Failing to think also discusses how evil arises from a failure about the way we make our choices. How would you compare these two authors on the relation between choice and evil?

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