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Intelligent Disobedience by Philip Zimbardo, Ira Chaleff

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CONCLUSION

Personal Accountability and Cultures that Support Doing Right

IT IS TIME FOR A WRAP-UP OF THE SUBJECT we’ve been examining. We have looked at the need for Intelligent Disobedience in childhood character development and in professional training. I would like to conclude with reflections on what Intelligent Disobedience can mean at the levels of cultural identity and the evolution of human civilization. Yes, this is a gargantuan step beyond not following an order to cross the street into oncoming traffic. It is my view that the same processes of situational awareness, discernment, and personal accountability operate at all levels of human activity.

The correct role of the individual relative to the group and its authority is as old a ...

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