I believe that this is an important question for us to discuss. Evil is a concept that seems so intuitive, so easy to see and 'understand' that it may remain neglected by critical thought. It is important that we explore our understandings of seemingly simple ideas to make sure that the 'truth' is really the 'truth' so we can add greater depth to the world around us. Also I believe that this is an important question to ask as 'those who do not learn from history are often doomed to repeat it' and by confronting the challenging idea of true evil, perhaps, from our new understanding, as a society we can work together to make sure people are smart enough to make sure that 'true evil' in whatever shape or form does not occur within our lifetime.
Is conformity 'evil?' what may be some of the positive effects of following the crowd?
Do you think evil people know they're evil?
Why do you think it is hard for people to confront authority?