13th Global Conference
Perspectives on Evil and Human Wickedness
15th March - 17th March 2012
Prague, Czech Republic
Call for Papers:
Hitler. Spitzer. Torquemada. Weiner. Genghis Khan. Lucrecia Borgia. Ronald Reagan. Ivan the Terrible. Bill Clinton. What do all these people have in common? They are all considered "evil" by a few, some, many, or all others who know anything about them. Why? What makes them evil? Or even just plain old "wicked?" What makes them not-evil or not-wicked? How does the label "evil" or "wicked" change our estimation of them? How has the use of those labels for these folk — and others — changed over time? How will the use of these labels continue to evolve?