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I like Mr.Yamagata’s criticism.

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He is one of my favorite translators, YAMAGATA Hiroo.

One day, I noticed I had many books that were mostly translated by Mr. Yamagata into Japanese.
He is very knowledgeable and has a deep perception of the situation.
I read “Obedience to Authority—An Experimental View” written by Stanley Milgram again last night.


This book is very interesting, but I find it difficult to understand clearly. So I’ve read it again and again, little by little.
I especially liked his opinion on the postscript.
He said “This book is very famous, but essentially nobody has criticized it.”
He pointed 5 things on the postscript.

1.Wrong premise of human being’s essential morality.
2.Misunderstanding of the experiment’s aim.
3.Non-consideration of the true nature of authority.
4.Wrong design of the experiments.
5.It raised exaggerated problems because of shortcomings in consideration of how to solve them

Mr Yamagata said there is a better way to conduct this experiment.
Obeying authority is one of the systems to make society work.
But I want to know how don’t obey bad authority.
Mr yamagata teach me how to prevent it.

These view points came as a big surprise, and I feel emphatic. I like his criticism.
I have never thought of these view points before I read them.
I’m eager to read more of his books.

YAMAGATA Hiroo Official Japanese Page

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He is the one of my favorite Translators, YAMAGATA Hiroo.
One day, I noticed he had many Japanese translation books that I’m interested in.
His Japanese translation is easily to read for me, comparing to another translators.
He has huge knowledge and deep perception of the situation.
I’ve reading again “Obedience to Authority—An Experimental View” written by Stanley Milgram last night.
This book is very interesting, but difficult to understand clearly for me. So I’ve read again and again little by little.
Especially I found to like the translator’s opinion on the postscript.
He said “this book is very famous. but nobody criticised essentially.”
He pointed 5 things on the postscript.

1.Wrong premise of human being’s essential morality.
2.Misunderstanding of this experiment’s aim.
3.Non-consideration what is the true nature of an authority.
4.Wrong design of the experiments.
5.Raised the exaggerated problems because the shortage of consideration that how to solve.

These view points gave me big surprise, and I have empathy.
I like his criticism.
I had never ever find these view points before I read this.
I eager to read his books more.

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