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- adj. Having the characteristics of a sociopath.
- adj. Unconcerned about the adverse consequences for others of one's actions.
- n. A sociopath.
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- adj. of or relating to a sociopathic personality disorder
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The bigger problem is what do you do with a very small subset of the population that is enormously resistant to fact and continues to act in sociopathic ways?
Dumb's maybe an unfair generalisation, so let's add the word sociopathic to the mix and we'll call itevens, Stephens.
And this murder was not -- what it ` s looking like is they were shot when they were asleep, an expeditious white-out, get rid of it, clean it up, get rich quick, get rid of things quickly, you know, sort of do things in a pragmatic -- forgive the word sociopathic, but -- sociopathic without conscience kind of way ...
"We feel we need to be tough on crime, yet our solution of sending large amounts of our population to a place that can only realistically make them even more dangerous and sociopathic is naïve at best, stupid at best too."
We feel we need to be tough on crime, yet our solution of sending large amounts of our population to a place that can only realistically make them even more dangerous and sociopathic is naïve at best, stupid at best too.
“You are referring to the sociopathic personality.”
If you want to back up a woman her brother describes as a sociopathic liar you should at least leave your endorsement up when she is also shown to be a psychopathic murderer.
Considering that these amoral - some might suggest "sociopathic" - institutions almost gutted the globe's financial system in September 2008, any issue to which they attach themselves should be viewed with considerable alarm.
(And there’s a certain sociopathic streak to people in the halls of power in my experience.)
People who feel no guilt exhibit what psychiatrists call sociopathic behavior.