Psychopathy in Politics and Finance – Stefan Verstappen on GRTV

Source: GlobalResearchTV As more and more studies demonstrating the corrosive effect of psychopathy on government, finance, and business emerge, researchers have begun to explore how our society itself has been molded in the psychopaths’ image. Now, one of those researchers, Stefan Verstappen, shares his insights on psychopathy in modern culture.

How A Toxic Boss Can Ruin Your Career: Leaders With Psychopathic Traits Could Transform You Into An Office Bully

Your relationship with your boss could be changing your personality. It’s well known that people who work for bosses with psychopathic and narcissistic traits naturally feel more depressed because of their bosses’ behaviour. But a new study suggests these people are also more likely to engage in undesirable behaviours at work, and their bosses could be turning them into bullies and ruining their reputation.

Reflections On Political Ponerology

After reading the incredible book Political Ponerology: A science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes by Andrew Lobaczewski, I had a transcendental moment of realization (sort of an “Eureka!” moment). I have to conclude that ponerology and psychopathy are two significant concepts that best explain the sorry state of human affairs in this world which continue to negatively impact on our society, our lives, and our future. No, I don’t think it has anything to do with “greed” or even “moral weakness” (however you define it). It has to do with psychopathology and its influence on the nature of evil in society.