From: "'Andrew Phelps' <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
Subject: Re: [PsySR-humanrights] Looking for feedPback on a "reference piece" about Seligman's APA award
Date: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 4:01 PM
Seems to me an appropriate discussion. Concern raised to me (1977: HERE) was whether "attitude management" went to the level of "critical psychology." Social responsibility has something to do with going further than engaging the phenomenology. Today the APA we see again seeks to deal with "what happened with Hoffman," still there is not the direct argument for accountability.
On Tue, 8/29/17, Tuv wrote:
Morality is sometimes very simple. Zimbardo lauds a man who led rendition of children, leaving their parents totally in the dark as to their whereabouts. I have children. I know what revulsion this raised in me.
I would like to hear how Zimbardo justifies his praise of James in light of the latter's support to the kidnapping of children by DoD to bring to Guantanamo. HERE