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Powerseeking and Ideology

 
AuthorWilliam S. Hatcher
 
Title of item
Powerseeking and Ideology
 
Publisher of this ed.
William S. Hatcher Library
Date of this edition 2008
LanguageEnglish
Permission Creative Commons Non-commercial No-derivatives (see creativecommons.org)
Posted 2011-08-27 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Essays and short articles
URLbahai-library.com/hatcher_powerseeking_ideoloy
Abstract Good and evil are a potential that lie within the heart of each individual; but a believer in an ideology can feel morally justified in perpetrating cruelty towards others, because he sees himself as defending a higher value against an infidel.
Notes Note: contact me if you know what this article is from. As it opens with "In the last chapter, we have seen..." it must be from a longer work, but I don't know what. [-J.W., 2011]

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