A philosophical blog using psychology.

  • Following authority even if it’s wrong: The Milgram Experiment

    Introduction: Stanley Milgram’s experiments were to discover why Nazi soldiers followed orders to kill millions of innocent Jewish people. Milgram’s discovery was that 65% of ordinary people willingly followed instructions of authority without question. Seemingly beyond the limits of tolerance of the actor on the other side, out of view via lethal electric shock. The […]

  • Sexual Assault: Touching another sexually is not okay

    Introduction: Sexual assault is not okay in any form, this means touching another person sexually is not okay. Both genders must respect the other genders privacy and boundaries. Consent needs to be clarified prior to any touching whatsoever. Sexual assault Is way too common in society, so let’s take a look at understanding and prevention […]

  • Misinformation on medical advice and finding real sources

    Introduction: When social media contains misinformation on medical advice, individuals are in danger of believing it. Cancelling the distributors of this information will only ingrain their beliefs. They will create new accounts to spread lies on bad medical information. The cancel culture solves nothing, so let’s take a look at what that means. Also, what […]