Educators Must Challenge the Politics of Evil

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We need to add more complexity to our reasoning and discussion that leaves room for critical thought and action. When we see evildoers (like Hitler or Bowers) as extraordinary, we cannot see ourselves in those roles. On the opposite end of the spectrum, when we simply attribute change to “society,” then it might be too vague to see ourselves implicated. It can help to rethink who evildoers might be.
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