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Nazi doctors weren't just ‘a few bad apples’, shows report – and simplistic stories won't help guard against future medical abuses

By Aristotle Kallis, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, Keele University
Extraordinary evil involves a total moral collapse across society caused by failure of individual humanity and ethical judgment. This was the conclusion of the philosopher Hannah Arendt after witnessing the trial of Adolf Eichmann – the chief architect of the Holocaust – in Jerusalem.

Medicine, which is supposed to alleviate human suffering, became a willing accomplice in…The Conversation

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