Incluye referencias bibliográficas (p. 331-342) e índice CONTENIDO: What are the Origins of Extraordinary Human Evil?. Introduction: A Place Called Mauthausen -- The Nature of Extraordinary Human Evil. "Nits Make Lice" -- Killers of Conviction: Groups, Ideology, and Extraordinary Human Evil. Dovey's Story -- The "Mad Nazi": Psychopathology, Personality, and Extraordinary Human Evil. The Massacre at Babi Yar -- The Dead End of Demonization. The Invasion of Dili -- How Do Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing?. Beyond Demonization: A Model of How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing. The Tonle Sap Massacre -- Cultural Construction of Worldview: Who Are the Killers?. Death of a Guatemalan Village -- Psychological Construction of the "Other": Social Death of the Victims. The Church of Ntarama -- Social Construction of Cruelty: The Power of the Situation. The "Safe Area" of Srebrenika -- What Have We Learned, and Why Does It Matter?. Conclusion: Can We Be Delivered from Extraordinary Human Evil?. Postscript: Past as Present.