Verso, 2003 - 192 páginas
Malice is one of the most primal human impulses but is often not examined because of the human desire to keep evil at bay. Flahault takes evil out of the realms of theology, instead considering malice as an anthropological fact, intrinsic to human nature.

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Preface by Chantal Mouffe
The Price of Monotheism
The Spectre of Absolute Evil
Victor Frankensteins Excess
The Infernal Couple
Pity for the Monster
Thought and Reason versus Literature and Passion
Emancipatory Ideal
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François Flahault is a senior researcher and a member of the Centre de Recherches sur les Arts et le Langage. He is the author of a number of books and articles on philosophical anthropology, most recently La pensée des contes and Notre sentiment d'exister est incertain.

Chantal Mouffe is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster. Her books include The Return of the Political; Hegemony and Socialist Strategy (with Ernesto Laclau); The Dimensions of Radical Democracy; Gramsci and Marxist Theory; Deconstruction and Pragmatism; The Democratic Paradox; and The Challenge of Carl Schmitt, all from Verso.

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