In the most of the world, psychopaths have gotten a bad rap. That, of course, is quite understandable since almost all of the world's religious and social philosophies have little use for the individual except as a tool to be placed in service to their notion of something else: "God," or the "collective," or the "higher good" or some other equally undefinable term. Only rarely, such as in Zen; in Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism; in some aspects of Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism; and in some schools of Existentialism, is the individual considered primal. Here, finally, is a book which celebrates, encourages and educates the best part of ourselves — The Psychopath.
This second revised edition includes over 100 pages of new "workbook" material including exercises, "tests" and techniques.
Do not take anything in this book literally! Wait, on second thought, take it all literally!
Be warned! This book not only bites, it will chew off your fingers and claw out your eyeballs.
Inspires both insight and paranoia. Provides useful techniques and reveals what techniques others may be using on you.
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