Asch quotes the sociologist Gabriel Tarde, saying that he summed it all up in the aphorism: “Social man is a somnambulist.” Burger, after his replication of Milgram’s study, suggests that tasks should be assigned in a way that makes it difficult to pass blame. And Hobbes felt that the life of man without government would be “nasty, brutish and short.” Are there ways to combat the “banality of evil” as described by Arendt? Is evil the natural state of man?
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