Author: M. Scott Peck
Translator: Jong-seok Yoon
Publisher: Vision & Leadership
Hardcover | 514 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
"Evil is the exercise of power, the imposing of one's will upon others by overt
or covert coercion". "The core of evil is ego-centricity, whereby others are
sacrificed rather than the ego of the individual." These words and the following
analysis that Scott Peck gives us into the world of evil are sorely needed now
in America. At the heart of our political and moral meltdown is the force of
evil. According to Dr. Peck (psychology) ego-centric persons are utterly
dedicated to preserving their self-serving image. They cultivate an image of
being a good, right, God-fearing citizens. They specialize in self-deceit and
thus are People of the Lie.
Scott Peck is best known for his famed book The Road Less Travelled where Peck argues that there is a link between personal growth, spirituality, and basic mental health. In People of the Lie, Scott Peck sees evil as the antithesis to the very goodness and life that normal, healthy people seek. He writes this book to raise the awareness that evil exists as an entity and force in the world and calls his readers to take evil far more seriously. --A. Gathercoal "fdoamerica"
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