• Postmodernism as Psychopathy

  • And Other Micropapers on Psychopathy and Psychopathology
  • By: J. M. Kuczynski
  • Narrated by: Steve Biddle
  • Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Short papers on psychology and its cultural offshoots.

©2019 John-Michael Kuczynski (P)2019 John-Michael Kuczynski

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Insights I can use

J.-M. Kuczynski's Postmodernism as Psychopathy provided me with insights that I can use when psychoanalyzing the deeply disturbing people I encounter in my personal and professional life. It's a useful, practical and exceptionally riveting book. I could not stop listening for the one and a half hours. Everything about the content and delivery was perfect. I have read many of this author's books and am becoming a major fan of the audio versions. I don't want to give any spoilers. Suffice it to say, the author's experience and knowledge on this topic is profound. A must read for every analyst, psychologist and professor in the academic or professional world.

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narration is the problem

this author has many interesting and thought-provoking things to say, yet there are different narrators, Some paragraphs are read so fast it is unpleasant to listen to and difficult to grasp,

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a psychoanalysis of an entire economic sector

brilliant and bitter. vitriolic, but always, beneath it all, dispassionately analytical. the author is passionate, but it's a passion that follows from, as oppose to interfering with, awareness of truths.

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Very Informative!

Blows the professional class and their elitist delusions out the window. Some of it is read rather quickly but if you’re familiar with the subject it’s fine.

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More of a rant.

Amusing turn of phrase does not save it. Short on substance which is surprising as one would have thought there was plenty of material out there.

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Don’t bother.

The book is literally a rant of two hours. I’m worried about the authors mental health. Wish him the best.

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  • 10-22-20

incredibly sharp

a series of sharp, deep, and totally accurate insights into contemporary academic culture along with the larger social context.