Why doesn't anyone ever mention _my_ (old) theories on psychopathy? :-) (See, e.g., Reid WH . The sadness of the psychopath, in WH Reid [ed.] The Psychopath: A Comprehensive Study of Antisocial Disorders and Behaviors. New York: Brunner/Mazel and related later articles.) Some of the influence came from the work of a psychoanalyst named Ben Karpman in the 1940s, who coined the term "anethopath" to describe a really, really core psychopath, predating the more scientific studies by Hare (who has a chapter in the book). There's also a nice Jungian chapter by John E. Talley in the book, and an introduction by Hervey Cleckley. Just being narcissistic.
Just being narcissistic.
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