The harm that good men do
“… We all know what we mean by “good” people. An ideal good person does not smoke, drink or swear…
… A “good” person might be a member of the board of trustees at a university and will prevent disrespect for education by not assigning a professor with subversive views.
… A “bad” person smokes and occasionally drinks; this person may even resort to foul language when his/her buttons are pressed.
…A “bad” person also has subversive opinions; for example this person may think that it would be better to prepare for peace rather than war in order to attain peace.”
“The harm that good men do” is a project exhibition prepared in light of the essay by Bertrand Russell with the same title.