The Science of Evil

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Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

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The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.

The Science of Evil

Nazis. Serial killers. The prison soldiers at Abu Ghraib. What makes people commit heinous acts? Were they born evil, or did they become evil? Is so-called 'evil' a product of a bad upbringing, or is there a likely physiological contributor to such human-inflicted horror? Travel into the trenches with the individuals who confront so-called evil daily with very different sets of tools - a Bible in a maximum security prison; an armed military convoy in a lawless region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; even a brain scanner in a prestigious university. And putting it all into context is the authoritative presence of Stanford psychologist Philip Zimbardo, whose infamous Stanford Prison Experiment shed a harsh light on the potential for cruelty that runs through all of us.