“As such, psychopathy may be characterized … as involving a tendency towards both dominance and coldness…”

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“As such, psychopathy may be characterized … as involving a tendency towards both dominance and coldness. Wiggins (1995) in summarizing numerous previous findings … indicates that such individuals are prone to anger and irritation and are willing to exploit others. They are arrogant, manipulative, cynical, exhibitionistic, sensation-seeking, Machiavellian, vindictive, and out for their own gain. With respect to their patterns of social exchange (Foa & Foa, 1974), they attribute love and status to themselves, see in themselves as highly worthy and important. But prescribe neither love nor status to others, seeing them as unworthy and insignificant. This characterization is clearly consistence with the essence of psychopathy as commonly described.”

Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes), Loc 188, by Andrew M. Lobaczewski

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Book: Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes)

 

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