On Killing

Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill

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The twentieth century, with its bloody world wars, revolutions, and genocides accounting for hundreds of millions dead, would seem to prove that human beings are incredibly vicious predators and that killing is as natural as eating. But Lieutenant Co ...Continua
Norbert Spina
Ha scritto il 10/12/11
Very, interesting

I know nothing of psichiatry, so I don't know if the ideas of the author are "new", or are "accepted" or are kind of old.

But his ideas are really interesting, and a little bit frightning

Giampaolo
Ha scritto il 08/01/10
I read about this book in a footnote of "Blink" (also one of the best book I read in 2009) and it's the only book, so far, which was able to let me understand in a clear way how difficult and costly (as a human being) is to be at war. I found also ve...Continua

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