The banality of Evil and Heroism

The banality of Evil and Heroism

The banality of evil’ infers that in extreme or unfavorable conditions like social pressure and stress, ordinary people may be seen to act in an unthinkable manner.  The banality of evil' creates the impression that the prevailing factors influence human relations and actions.  In the Standard Prison Experiment, it is evident that stress and extreme conditions can make people cruel, irritable and violent to other society members (Franco and Zimbardo, 2006

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