Monday, 29 December 2008

Lost Worlds by Michael Bywater

Finished reading this miscellany of the missing recently, which proved to be an absorbing read. Bywater blogs occasionally on the subject here.

One of the most interesting passages is on the subject of Corporations. Not yet lost, Bywater says they are:
... self-interested, manipulative, always the best, brook no competition, accept no responsibility, suffer no conscience, feel no remorse, present (via PR people, spin advertising and marketing) phony, superficial versions of themselves to the world and all in all are perfect Cleckley mimics of real persons.
Hence they are psychopaths.

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