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Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes) [Andrew M. Lobaczewski, Laura Knight-Jadczyk] on * FREE*. Andrew M. Lobaczewski (Andrzej M. Łobaczewski; – ), was a Polish clinical psychologist, known for his work Political Ponerology. About the Author. Andrew M. Lobaczewski was born in and grew up on a rural estate in the beautiful pied mountain vicinity of Poland. Under the Nazi.

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June Learn how and when to remove this template message. Sep 22, Count-daniel Fogarty rated it really liked it. At the end, his “Logocracy” looks suspiciously like Plato’s Republic – except with psychologists in charge, rather than philosophers. As soon as scientifically is diagnosed a psychopath everything has to be done to remove such a person out of power. At m.lobaczedski I was totally engaged with the book Thank God it was. Psychopaths are not m.lobaczedski serial killers and rapists, the successful ones are probably the most powerful people on earth.

Political Ponerology by Andrew M. Lobaczewski

I sincerely m.lobaczfwski that this is the case. Apr 10, Karthi Mohan rated it k.lobaczewski was amazing. He went into the library to get some books on the question of Psychopathy and found to his amazement that they had all been removed!

Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. It’s a really dry, technical approach by the author. Finally, when suspected by the political authorities of knowing too much in the matter of the pathological nature of the system, he was forced to emigrate in Ponerology, as it said is a study.

After the Soviet invasion of Poland, the family estate was confiscated and the owners driven out from their old house. While some in the normal population are more susceptible to pathocratic influence, and become its lackeys, the majority instinctively resist. Read this book and then read it again. With broken health, he returned in m.loabczewski Poland and went under the care of doctors, his old friends.

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The author calls it a study of evil, which in a sense it is, but it is evil in the form we can see in, for example, the Nazi regime, Stalin, or Pol Pot, not the sort of evil k.lobaczewski portrayed in some religions as originating with the Devil A curious book that has a whiff of atmosphere from the old M.lobaczewaki Eastern Block era, combined with a particular form of psychology the author calls ponerology.

Political Ponerology

The writer, a psychologist discusses the process by which psychopaths work their way into power and pull the strings. This book gives a motivation to study psychopathology in power structures. The second copy, painfully reassembled by scientists working under impossible conditions of violence and repression, was sent via courier to the Vatican. But I have bought several copies. M.lobaczewsoi for telling us about the problem.

Open Preview See a Problem? Not only did they identify the root causes of the evil that plagued their government and society, they gave knowledge necessary to make a change, all in rich, scientific detail. It’s a shame too, because they subject matter is intensely fascina Honestly, I couldn’t make it through this book, quit about with three of four chapters left. A form of government interesting to ponerologists is one they have called pathocracyin which individuals with personality disorders especially psychopathy occupy positions of power and influence.

The ice water in your veins is so bizarre, so completely outside of ansrew personal experience, that they seldom even guess at your condition. The descriptions of the inter-relationship between ‘evil’ people and ‘normal’ people is useful.

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Sep 14, Beau rated m.lobaczrwski it was amazing Recommends it for: Put together in a time andrsw the study of genetics and psychopathy was forbidden, this book isn’t just a reflection of a past situation, but m.lobaczewki a dense work on matters applicable to the present day. Knowledge of its nature, how it creates its networks and spreads, how insidious is its guileful approach, is the only antidote. I’d love to receive some recommendations in the area in turn if anyone can provide.

The author calls it a study of evil, which in a sense anrrew is, but it is evil in the form we can see in, for example, the Nazi regime, Stalin, or Pol Pot, not the sort of evil as portrayed in some religions as originating with the Devil. Since this man’s research was done many years ago, much more has been done and written about regarding psychopathy.


Now add to this strange fantasy the ability to conceal from other people that your psychological makeup is radically different from theirs. Just like you study schizophrenics one can study psychopaths in power The conclusion of this book: This felt like reading something out of an esoteric academic journal, dang, I felt like I was back in grad school being forced to wade through academic drivel again. How to understand macrosocial Evil.

Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida. Quotes from Political Ponerology. This article needs additional citations for verification.

It is poignant in its more literary m.lobaczewskii revealing the immense suffering experienced by the researchers contaminated or destroyed by the disease they were studying. All attempts to publish this book at this time failed. Parts of the book also struck me as racist, particularly antisemitic. Ponerology from my understanding of the text is about how societies, groups and individuals “go wrong”. Jun 18, Mayim de Vries rated it it was amazing.

Unfortunately, after some time spent corresponding Brzezinski became silent, responding only to the effect that it was a pity it hadn’t worked out.

Trivia About Political Ponerology. Only those who meet the judiciary system are in the book, not the psychopaths who run the world. It certainly is worth the read if you are interested in communist era psychology, how society ticks even today, or are interested in how psychopaths get a hold and get ahead in today’s society. Political Ponerology is shocking in its clinically spare descriptions of the true nature of evil.