This Should Do Wonders For Arthur Nadel's Q-Score

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  1. I always thought that the phrase "sociopath" was better suited for that purpose — business leaders are not psychotic in the sense that they cannot accurately perceive and understand the world around them. Rather, they act without regard for the moral gravity of their actions. Maybe they know what they're doing is morally wrong but they just don't care. At least, that's what I thought a 'sociopath' was.

  2. Patrick says:

    I agree that "sociopath" is probably a better term in vernacular English, but since I'm working from Mike at C & F's posts here (and Norm Patttis's before him) I used his term.

    Sociopath and Psychopath are both now vernacular terms, by the way. They've been replaced by Anti-Social Personality Disorder, which will in turn be replaced by something else once DSM-V appears on the scene.