The crossroads of controversy: Hannah Arendt’s coining of the term ‘the banality of evil’?

Over fifty years ago, the philosopher Hannah Arendt witnessed the end of the trial of the notorious Nazi Adolf Eichmann, who was one of the key figures behind the Final Solution. Hannah Arendt had been chosen by the New Yorker to cover the Eichmann Trial in 1961, which then evolved later into the book ‘EichmannContinue reading “The crossroads of controversy: Hannah Arendt’s coining of the term ‘the banality of evil’?”