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Sanctions for evil [by] Nevitt Sanford, Craig Comstock and associates.

; Comstock, Craig, 1939- editor ; Wright Institute
[1st ed.].. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 1971.
ISBN 9780875890777, 0875890776

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Other Authors Comstock, Craig, 1939-
Sanford, Nevitt,
Wright Institute.
Subjects Agressie.
Antisociaal gedrag.
Het Kwaad.
Histoire sociale -- Congrè€s.
Morale sociale -- Congrè€s.
Social ethics -- Congresses.
Social ethics.
Social history -- Congresses.
Social history.
Series Jossey-Bass behavioral science series.
Description xviii, 387 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes A revision of papers originally presented at a public symposium on The legitimation of evil, held by the Wright Institute.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-374).
Summary Revision of papers originally presented at a public symposium on The legitimation of evil, held by the Wright Institute.
Contents Sanctions for Evil / Nevitt Sanford, Craig Comstock -- Part 1: Destructiveness as social progress -- Some determinants of destructive behavior / Neil J. Smelser -- Conditions for guilt-free massacre / Troy Duster -- Existential evil / Robert Jay Lifton -- It never happened and besides they deserved it / Edward M. Opton, Jr. -- Groupthink among policy makers / Irving L. Janis -- Part 2: Psychological sources -- The superego in uniform / Fritz Redl -- Dehumanization / Viola W. Bernard, Petty Ottenberg, Fritz Redl -- Failures of identification and sociopathic behavior / Bernard L. Diamond -- Authoritarianism and social destructiveness / Nevitt Sanford -- Conflict, dominance, and exploitation / George De Vos -- Part 3: The nature of evil -- Evil and the American ethos / Robert N. Bellah -- Knowledge as virtue, knowledge as power / Charles Drekmeier -- Part 4: Resistance to destructiveness -- Justification and rebellion / Philip P. Hallie -- Resisting institutional evil from within / Jan M. Howard, Robert H. Somers -- Avoiding pathologies of defense / Craig Comstock -- Going beyond prevention / Nevitt Sanford -- Social destructiveness as disposition and as act / Nevitt Sanford, Craig Comstock.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)177626
(OCoLC)ocm00177626
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