Thinking the worst of ourselves
Does humanity need a break? "The Trial of Adolf Eichmann", "The Milgram Shock Experiment", and "The Murder of Kitty Genovese" are notorious pop-psychology stories that are used to highlight the cruelty of society. But they are also built on distorted facts. In this interesting analysis, Jackson Arn debunks these moral fables and argues that to successfully tackle the problems of the 21st century, we need to put our trust in the righteousness of humankind.
From The Hedgehog Review