Becoming Evil

ebook How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing

By James Waller

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Preface: "I Couldn't Do This to Someone"Part 1: What Are the Origins of Extraordinary Human Evil? Introduction: A Place Called Mauthausen1. The Nature of Extraordinary Human Evil"Nits Make Lice"2. Killers of Conviction: Groups, Ideology, and Extraordinary EvilDovey's Story3. The "Mad Nazi": Psychopathology, Personality, and Extraordinary EvilThe Massacre at Babi Yar4. The Dead End of DemonizationThe Invasion of DiliPart 2: Beyond Demonization: How Ordinary People Commit Extraordinary Evil A Model of Extraordinary Human Evil5. The Nature of Human Nature: Our Ancestral ShadowThe Tonle Sap Massacre6. Defining the Killers: Identities of the PerpetratorsDeath of a Guatemalan Village7. Immediate Social context: A Culture of CrueltyThe Church at Ntamara8. Defining the "Other": Social Death of the VictimsThe Safe Area of SrebrenicaPart 3: What Have We Learned and Why Does It Matter? 9. Conclusion: Can We Be Delivered from Extraordinary Evil?Genocide Warning: Sudan

Becoming Evil