In Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List (1993), Oskar Schindler tries telling Amon Goeth—a psychopath lieutenant in a concentration camp—about the notion of fear and forgiveness and the reality of power. “They fear us because we have the power to kill arbitrarily,” Oskar tells him. “A man commits a crime, he should know better. We have him killed, and we feel pretty good about it. Or we kill him ourselves… and we feel even better. That’s not power, though. That’s just