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Tag Archives: psychology
Book of January 24, 2010
Child sacrifice is a theme running through the Jewish and Christian Bibles, from Abraham's near-sacrifice of Isaac to the Christian idea that G*d the Father Himself sacrificed his Son.
Book of November 28, 2009
A field guide to recognizing and dealing with sociopaths.
Book of November 22, 2009
How crowds form, grow, and give power to their leaders -- and especially how leaders get power from the death of a crowd of their followers, for a pile of bodies is still, in human psychology, a crowd: a crowd of the dead.