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a blind sight, a muted silence.

Something intrigued me in today’s lesson on psychosociology..

Milgram’s study on Obedience. ‘In order to keep their jobs, many people obey orders to do things that they know are dishonest, unethical or harmful (Hamilton&Sanders, 1995)’

Conformity due to group pressure, and the sense of belonging to be accepted as the ‘in-group’. Obedience to authority; equivalent to dogs to its masters. Research has proven that Man would turn Evil over orders and instructions.

How apt. Over and done with. Thanks for the last effort.

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