Poster Session 13: Evil in Modern Thought

Evil in Modern Thought: A Digital Adaptation

Evil in Modern Thought: An Alternative History of Philosophy, by Susan Neiman, reframed our understanding of the great modern thinkers, by asking how they approached and understood the world and the problem of evil before and after the Lisbon Earthquake of 1755 and the discovery of Auschwitz. Our project adapts that book through a series of interconnected vignettes taken from an extensive interview with Neiman, that can be viewed separately and interacted with on our website.

Monica Williams, 21st Century Digital Learning Environments

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