A Report On The Legal Case And Life Long Actions Of Adolf Eichmann

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perceivable that the identity of a person can and does innately exist without being within a we (however primitively), whereas a we cannot possibly exist without the participation and subsumption of two or more individual identities. Investing in a we identity comes with the responsibility of managing a delicate balance between rationality and subjectivity; between the intuition of the self and the influence of the we. If balanced is lost, the harm afflicted toward the self and toward others can become irrefutably devastating – to the extent of retro-actively invalidating any and all forms of previous we identification. In the book Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil the author, Hannah Arendt, performs an in-depth analysis on the legal case and life long actions of Adolf Eichmann – the administrative Nazi officer responsible for the organization of the transportation and elimination of millions of Jews during World War II. Representing his party, the case of Adolf Eichmann begs the question, what happens if the we a person has invested their identity within is objectively wrong? There are many theories as to why the Nazi party formed and was so successful at conquering almost the entirety of Europe. Among them, there is the idea that the Nazi 's, at first, believed that Jews were purposefully malicious and that, because they we 're seemingly a nomadic and expansive people, the problem they posed to Germany was a problem that equally posed and…

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