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To create a just societywe must first place greater emphasis on people than on property or policies regardless of the accumulation of information we acquire about the nature of malevolence, we will be unable to successfully utilize this knowledge until we regain a trust in the inherent goodness of ourselves and our fellow humans, An excellent, compassionate and erudite overview of the evil that we do to ourselves and one another by the psychoanalyst, Carl Goldberg Who, thankfully, To create a just societywe must first place greater emphasis on people than on property or policies regardless of the accumulation of information we acquire about the nature of malevolence, we will be unable to successfully utilize this knowledge until we regain a trust in the inherent goodness of ourselves and our fellow humans, An excellent, compassionate and erudite overview of the evil that we do to ourselves and one another by the psychoanalyst, Carl Goldberg Who, thankfully, moves beyond the Freudian worldview.Highly recommended The title does help sell the book, but that s what titles are suppossed to do The author, gratefully, immediately announces that you won t find gratuitous gore I was a little disappointed in that initially But Goldberg is coming from a professional, clinical standpoint To me the book reads well and offers NUMBEROUS ah ha moments The laymen me finds Goldberg s five steps to be believable a reliable tool for researcher, analyst, monday morning psychologist me again for understanding th The title does help sell the book, but that s what titles are suppossed to do The author, gratefully, immediately announces that you won t find gratuitous gore I was a little disappointed in that initially But Goldberg is coming from a professional, clinical standpoint To me the book reads well and offers NUMBEROUS ah ha moments The laymen me finds Goldberg s five steps to be believable a reliable tool for researcher, analyst, monday morning psychologist me again for understanding the developmental stages toward malevolence.On the downside, the book could ve been edited oncefor some non sequitors, and confusing language it happens And I wish he would have played outdetail of the individual case studies, partly for my own gore lust, but , so that the reader would be drawn to the actual circumstances of the case and haveinvestment in the overall story, connecting the reader to the patient s actual life story What did this guy do that was so bad The editor should have recognized when the clinician Goldberg was inside his career bubble and rewrote for the average reader.I wish I didn t have to return the book to the library but fortunately my evil development was stunted at stage two Reading the title of this book, I thought, ohhh, I have to read this one It is an overinflated title, even sensationalistic In spite of that, I enjoyed the frank handling of the subject matter.Carl Goldberg, in his author s notes at the beginning of the book states I use the term evil in my subtitle because malevolence strictly speaking,appropriate to my argument is less likely to be recognized by most readers as a strong destructive force that causes serious social problems It Reading the title of this book, I thought, ohhh, I have to read this one It is an overinflated title, even sensationalistic In spite of that, I enjoyed the frank handling of the subject matter.Carl Goldberg, in his author s notes at the beginning of the book states I use the term evil in my subtitle because malevolence strictly speaking,appropriate to my argument is less likely to be recognized by most readers as a strong destructive force that causes serious social problems It s one thing to talk down to your readers, but it is so faux pas to admit it In spite of that admission, I found the material to be well represented.We are all provided opportunities to choose right from wrong, good from bad regularly And with each decision, we move in a direction toward one or the other The Jeffrey Dahmers of the world were not created over night, but rather evolved through the decisions they made along the way Malevolence is learned.Unfortunately, healing is also learned Healing appears to be a long slow process As a writer, I was less interested in the healing process My malevolent characters only heal by way of expiration Contary to the sales pitch, this is not a book about serial killers It is a book about the human condition and how many people struggle with their own demons. AcknowledgementsAuthor s Note Speaking with the Devil A Dialogue with Evil NotesIndex no rating I m really surprised I finished this one Not particularly recommended to anyone, although this very intelligent and experienced author occasionally deigns to distill all that wisdom into a gem of a useful paragraph The rest is mildly interesting, somewhat hard to follow, not well organized, repetitive, and almost but not quite self congratulating Is an author supposed to reference his own previous works so much Sometimes he is adamantly faithful to his own course, and othe no rating I m really surprised I finished this one Not particularly recommended to anyone, although this very intelligent and experienced author occasionally deigns to distill all that wisdom into a gem of a useful paragraph The rest is mildly interesting, somewhat hard to follow, not well organized, repetitive, and almost but not quite self congratulating Is an author supposed to reference his own previous works so much Sometimes he is adamantly faithful to his own course, and others he seems to relent to an editor s usually good influence as with the title itself , which leads to the organizational consistency repetition problems Luckily I read the whole thing with a pack of sticky notes so I think I was able to come away with the useful bits intact Insightful and true to my experience explanations in a helpful way, but so rare in the 300 pages Annotated well Interesting, though Goldberg directly disagrees with the whole premise upon which the problem I face is based He discounts the whole possibility of it existing, even though I am certain it does so I wonder if I could convince him Of course, that would cause his whole brilliant theory to crumble since he seems so sure he can trace locate understand treat the certain behaviors and symptoms discussed as malevolence Since so many other specialists DO acknowledge sociopathy and ABD with distinct un circumstantial origins, I wonder how he can sustain his view now And I really, really wonder what he would make of a session or two with my kid `Download Pdf ☆ Speaking with the Devil: 9a Dialogue with Evil ↵ GOldberg s thorough examination of the genesis of evil raises questions confronted in Arendt s Eichmann in Jerusalem, Fromm s The Heart of Man, and Becker s Escape from Evil In this text, he elaborates on arguments in those classics and draws on revealing case studies from hisyears of clinical practice Georgia and the Tycoon Fromm s The Heart of Man Home for Christmas and Becker s Escape from Evil In this text Claimed by the Desert Prince he elaborates on arguments in those classics and draws on revealing case studies from hisyears of clinical practice