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Essay heading: Critique of “Disobedience as a Psychological and Moral Problem”
 
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Given the time period in which his essay was originally conceived, his fear of nuclear annihilation comes across. Fromm’s views seem deeply rooted in his religious values. Religion is a form of authority and governments have been formed based on religion. In many religions the primary doctrine is to ‘obey’ God, Allah, Buddha or the particular deity being worshiped, yet history shows us examples of religious zealots eradicating humans and civilizations in the name of religion and what is right and just...
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Obedience in most cases is a response to rules or an expectation of order. Rules most often are in place to ensure safety, security and common decency for all involved and affected. Society has rules and laws for the safety of the all. Maybe the end of humanity will come about as a result of obedience as Fromm claims, but that act of obedience will be caused as a result of a different act of perceived disobedience...
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