“…the constant subconscious effort of denying concepts about existing things engenders a zeal to eliminate them in other people.”

“… invariably when we analyze psychological attitudes we always discern an affirmation which has been repressed from the field of consciousness. As a consequence, the constant subconscious effort of denying concepts about existing things engenders a zeal to eliminate them in other people.

Trustfully opening out mind to perception of this reality is thus indispensable to someone whose duty is to understand other people, and is advisable for everyone else as well. Thanks to this, our mind is rendered free of internal tension and stresses and can be liberated from its tendency to select and substitute information, including those areas which are more easily accessible to naturalistic comprehension.”

Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes), Loc 990, 997by Andrew M. Lobaczewski

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