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Posted December 6, 2005
The Etiology of Fair Hubris
This work is tainted --moderately-- by a moralistic dimension which detracts from its psychoanalytic impact. In trying to provide useful checklists of 'flaws of personality', Dr. 'Y' crosses a line and becomes as much moralist as analyst. The reader ends feeling confused as to where science ends and moral philosophy begins. Nonetheless, 'Fatal Flaws' is well written and would make a great gift for your prospective mother-in-law or anyone living in a gated community.
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Posted March 20, 2010
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