Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us - Epilogue, pg 219-220 Summary & Analysis

Robert Hare (psychologist)
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Epilogue, pg 219-220 Summary and Analysis

Hare insists that the mystery of the psychopath is still far from being solved. He thinks that the most effective way to handle psychopaths is to prevent the damage they cause before it even happens. This way, victims are not hurt, massive amounts of money are not spent for prosecution, court proceedings, rehabilitation, and parole programs that will not work.

Hare ends the book by saying that psychopaths must be socialized, not re-socialized. They never wanted to play by society's rules in the first place. In order for this to happen, early intervention and tremendous amounts of research must be done.

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