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Military UsagePlay
Obedience is often associated with the military, implying strict adherence to commands. SlideIn military training, obedience can mean the difference between success and failure.
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Not Always PositivePlay
While obedience is generally seen as good, 'blind obedience' suggests not thinking for oneself. SlideBlind obedience to a flawed command can lead to trouble.
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Control ImplicationsPlay
Obedience can imply someone is controlling or less powerful. SlideThe manager expected complete obedience from employees.