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|Read Epub à 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 Read the flap before buying this book It is not a novel and it may even be illegible for those not familiar with basic psychological concepts.Those that know exactly what they re getting, however, will be delighted with Speaking with the Devil Goldberg explains effects of shame, isolation and a lack of self worth and how they can destroy a person to the point where he or she begins hurting other people physically or psychologically consciously or unconsciously The final chapter also brie Read the flap before buying this book It is not a novel and it may even be illegible for those not familiar with basic psychological concepts.Those that know exactly what they re getting, however, will be delighted with Speaking with the Devil Goldberg explains effects of shame, isolation and a lack of self worth and how they can destroy a person to the point where he or she begins hurting other people physically or psychologically consciously or unconsciously The final chapter also briefly too briefly in my opinion explains how those in the mental profession focus too much on what s wrong This isolates a malicious person and makes him her feel evenworthless Goldberg shows how connecting with a malicious person on an individual level is the only way for these destructive, often stubborn people to begin the healing process in the first place too long, didn t read Speaking with the Devil is heavy reading for those that want to know why some people hurt other people Get past the psychological jargon and you will take a lot from this book 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 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