Schindler’s List Reflection Questions Answers must be typed Choose two of the statements below in which to respond. Make sure to answer all parts of the question. 1) What is obedience? What is the difference between obedience and blind obedience? Where/ when does obedience to orders stop (if ever)? 2) How can we learn empathy or concern for other people different from ourselves? How does Schindler learn empathy? 3) What fosters cruelty and the indifference to the fate of others? How does a community or school encourage caring? 4) What does the word power mean to you? What does it mean to Goeth? What does it mean to Schindler? Do these people misuse power? 5) What does the following phrase mean in relation to the events portrayed in Schindler’s List: “To save one person is to save the world entire.” Everyone answer: 6) Schindler went from being an “antihero” to a hero. What specific events did he experience and realizations did he have to create this transformation?