Why do people, in all times and places, obey the commands of the government, which always constitutes a small minority of the society?
"La Boetie saw, Rothbard wrote, thatevery tyranny must necessarily be grounded upon general popular acceptance.
In short, the bulk of the people themselves, for whatever reason, acquiesce in their own subjection.
If this were not the case, no tyranny, indeed no governmental rule, could long endure.
First, several of Milgram's former students and others spoke on their most vivid experiences with him at CUNY or Yale: Henry Solomon, Kathryn Hahner, Eva Fogelman, Harold Takooshian, Pearl Beck. Edward Price was a Yale undergraduate in 1962 who recalled his experience as one of the first subjects in Milgram's Yale experiment on obedience.
Filmmaker Edward English spoke about his filmmaking experience with Milgram at Yale in 1963, producing “Obedience to Authority,” the most widely seen classroom film in the history of psychology. Psychologist David Mantell shared his replications of Milgram's experiment at Princeton and the Max Planck Institute in Munich.This forum coincided with the national release of Almereyda's film and began with three background film clips of Milgram and his work.Then a dozen experts spoke briefly on one of three themes: Stanley Milgram—the man, his work and the film about his legacy.Buku ini secara ajaib menjadi rujukan mata kuliah "baru" di Psikologi UI: Psikologi Perkotaan (Urban).Lebih jauh, justru saya merasa agak terharu ketika membaca kata pengantar Philip Zimbardo di buku ini.Elms, who was his first graduate assistant on the obedience experiment.Stanley Milgram (1933-1984) has been described as "the man who shocked the world" (Blass, 2004).For details or a copy of speakers' materials, check the SPSSI NY website or contact Harold Takooshian. It was about 1550, according to the standard accounts — about 14 years before the birth of Shakespeare, about 80 years before the birth of John Locke, about 135 years before the birth of Bach — that a young Frenchman named Etienne de La Boetie, a young man of what we, today, would call college age, about 20 years old, posed what Murray Rothbard would later describe as "the central problem of political philosophy: the mystery of civil obedience.Readers of may have received more personal insights into the work of Stanley Milgram from his videographer Edward English (2015) and others who knew Milgram as a student, colleague, professor or family man (Takooshian et al., 2010). 6, 2015, at the New York Film Festival, with an audience of a thousand New Yorkers at Lincoln Center in New York.Reviewers have praised Almereyda for his equally bold and creative depiction of this bold and creative scientist. 10, 2015, more than 75 people participated in a public forum at Fordham University, to discuss Milgram's legacy.