Radical Evil and the Destruction of the Archive
This chapter shows how radical deception presents one of the most difficult challenges for ethical life today, which is totalitarianism. It begins by examining the claim that radical deception has something to do with the destruction of reality. It concludes that radical evil takes the form of a totalizing logic that dominates the whole of reality. When this occurs, nothing of an original archive remains.
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