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Judge: You've been called here to answer [the lawyer's] questions, not to give us a display of your intellectual prowess!
[Cut] Sarah: It's years since anyone took me to the circus.
I read this and recognize the narcissism in the words.
Because Sam is a narcissist, he can say “simply indifferent”. The results of indifference, callousness and carelessness are destructive and malignant.
Why don't you try this [the circus that pertains to the case]? John: Thanks, but I don't come to you for dating advice.
Is it evil to belittle, denigrate, scapegoat, and make fun of someone until they are demoralized, subjugated, and traumatized?
I have seen evil that has torn a child from normality, taken the voice of the child so he could not speak and impaled such jolts of evil that the child would awake in terror screaming. Cells are imprinted at the moment terror engulfs us.
They are simply indifferent, callous and careless in their conduct and in their treatment of their fellow humans.
Divorce a narcissist and you will find every characteristic magnified and enlarged.
Divorce a narcissist with a narcissistic lawyer and you are the victim of a reign of terror.
In a talk he gave at the White House, Elie Wiesel, concentration camp survivor and philosopher, says that from anger and hatred we can often make a difference, but to be indifferent is evil. or maybe we cannot partition evil into “partly evil” as we cannot be ‘very unique’ or ‘a little pregnant’?
Using the argument that by definition evil people have no choice in their actions (even if it harms them, they will choose the morally wrong act) Vaknin argues that narcissists will act with malevolence only if it benefits them, but not if they are harmed. Vaknin addresses this in a question at the crux of this discussion: are the words good and evil, used as opposites, appropriate for describing behavior of a narcissist?