Previous discussions focused on the philosophy of religious propaganda that considered the Auschwitz camp as a symbol of human disclosure. At the time, there was no discussion of violence against women. In this section, I propose to study further the issue of Violence Against Women and the Problem of Evil, referring to the studies of Hannah Arendt and Grace Janet. Then you have a special focus on Janet’s studies, and I will also look at how you feel about women. During the studies, I hope to challenge the dilemma of the “evil issue”. This issue was one of the most fundamental questions of postwar European intellectual life. Even though Hannah Arendt predicted in 1945, this is one of the fundamental questions of intellectual life in Europe. No other major philosophical work was done, but this question was dramatically addressed by the Hanna-Arthur in English and French texts. Historical reports and evidences are available in the previous volume, but abstract concepts are included in the foreground.