Quantity: 1000 available
In our modern world we routinely face the kinds of evil which make wrong-doing of the past seem comparatively harmless. At the same time, it can sometimes be hard to see evil in the midst of apparent striving for good. In this classic work, Alfred Schutze argues that we can only address these issues by recognising evil in its many guises. In particular, he distinguishes between two opposing forms of evil, whose enigmatic development he traces in mythology, literature and scientific thought. This is a challenging but rewarding book which gets to the heart of many contemporary struggles and offers approaches which could help.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 12109]