Categories rants Zimbardo’s “Why Ordinary People Do Evil … Or Do Good” and #occupywallstreet Post author By Brent Logan Post date September 28, 2011 2 Comments on Zimbardo’s “Why Ordinary People Do Evil … Or Do Good” and #occupywallstreet Does Philip Zimbard’s TED talk, “Why Ordinary People Do Evil … Or Do Good” help explain why one of NYPD’s finest maced Occupy Wall Street protesters in the face? Where are NYC’s heroes? More on the Stanford Prison Experiment. Tags #occupywallstreet, philip zimbardo, TED By Brent Logan Engineer. Lawyer. WordPress geek. Longboarder. Blood donor. Photographer. Ally. More about Brent. View Archive → ← Early Fall Bicycling → A Beautiful Morning in Wi-Ne-Ma 2 replies on “Zimbardo’s “Why Ordinary People Do Evil … Or Do Good” and #occupywallstreet” I’m trying to remember where I recently read about this Stanford Prison Experiment. It was either one of the books I’ve just read, or somewhere. I was amazing how quickly the experiment degraded – Amazing is right. Or maybe, appalling… :-( Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.