English 001 A (Ulibarri): Lucifer Effect: Home

Essay #2

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Topic choices for Essay Two:

1. The Evil of Inaction: Is it more evil to do nothing to stop a bad situation or act? Discuss the evil of inaction (or doing “nothing”) in relation to the ideas in The Lucifer Effect and other situations. Please explore other, current or historical, examples outside of what is mentioned in the text.
 
2. Banality of Evil: It is said that the great evils are generally not executed by fanatics or “bad” people, but rather by ordinary people who accepted a premise and participated with the view that their actions were normal. Discuss the banality (or normalcy) of evil in relation to the ideas in The Lucifer Effect and other situations. Please explore other, current or historical, examples outside of what is mentioned in the text.

 

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