Kafka Moral Disengagement

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Kafka originally wrote the family as being morally disconnected and disengaged with normal family feelings. They were so disengaged they did not even see anything wrong with the way they are treating Greor. His family, the people that he loved unconditionally, were the ones abused him. His father would hit him hard with newspapers and a walking stick, even causing injuries. Any type of bullies, whether an adult or child can dehumanize others through abusive measures. Bullies have the ability to morally disengage themselves and have a lack of empathy and see nothing wrong with the dehumanizing their victims. According to Albert Bandura, a psychologist, “Moral disengagement is the process by which people convince themselves that bad behavior
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