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Stone ✓ Fascinating, Disturbing Budding Criminologists Will Find This A Useful Resource For Study And Contemplation, While TRUE CRIME ENTHUSIASTS WILL BE RIVETEDby The Assiduous Prodding Into The Criminal Mind Publishers Weekly The New Evil Is A Book That Will Not Only Be Considered Groundbreaking But A Work Thats Also Long Overdue, Given The Violent Changes That Have Convulsed The United States Since The S A Follow Up To The Anatomy Of Evil, It Is The Study Of Evil Itself And The Individuals Who Commit It There Are Reasons For The Types Of Violence We Are Seeing Today, And Drs Michael Stone And Gary Brucato Have Given Us Not Just Something We Want To read But Also Something We Absolutely Must read If Were Ever Going To Understand The Mind Set Of These Killers Kevin M Sullivan, Author Of The Bundy Murders A Comprehensive History This Impressive Team Of Clinical Experts Has Gotten As Close To Evil As Anyone Ever Has Theyve Come Face To Face With Some Of The Worlds Worst Offenders Building On Stones Twenty Two Step Scale Of Evil, Brucato And Stone Unflinchingly Explore Shocking Acts Of Depraved Aggression So We Can Better Understand And Treat Violent Individuals The New Evil Should Be Required Reading In Criminology And Forensic Psychology Katherine Ramsland, PhD,professor Of Forensic Psychology And Author Of Confession Of A Serial Killer The Untold Story Of Dennis Rader, The BTK Killer A Fascinating And Disturbing Addition To The Study Of Violent Crime And Its Motivations Stone And Brucato Explore The Twenty Two Gradations Of Evil And Compare Earlier Felonious Acts To The Abrupt Escalation And Broadened Diversity Of The New Era Of Violence That Arrived In The S The New Evilmerits Inclusion On The Reference Shelf Alongside The Classics By Hare And Cleckley Diane Fanning, Author Of Bitter Remains And Edgar Award Finalist Unflinchingly And Insightfully Examining Hundreds Of Cases Of Serial Murder, Mass Shootings, Sexual Assault, And Other Atrocities, Stone And Brucato Dare To Ask, What Is Evil, And How Does It Fit Into Our Current Psychiatric And Legal Frameworks Their Blood Chilling Catalog Of The Most Terrible Crimes Of The Last Half Century Is Interwoven With Keen Observations Regarding The Role Of Our Ever Coarsening Culture In Giving Breadth And Scope To These Atrocities, Giving Us Genuine Pause Upon Pause John Douglas, FBI Criminal Profiler And Author Of TheNew York Timesbestseller Mindhunter This Remarkable Compendium Of Evil Should Be In The Libraries Of Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Prosecutors, Homicide Investigators, Criminal Attorneys, And Anyone With An Interest In The Criminal Mind Throughout The World The Extensive Research Alone Makes This A Benchmark Text The Authors Explain And Define The Elements Of Evil And Illustrate To The Reader This Abhorrent Evil From Psychosis To Psychopathy, Ranging From Crimes Of Passion To Sexual Serial Murder The Text Consists Of The Scales Of Depravity That Uses A Twenty Two Point Gradation System To Classify Evil Based On Actual Case Studies Encompassing Information From OverResearch And Clinical Sources, Which Elucidate Concise And Detailed Information About The Psychodynamics And Psychopathology Of Maladaptive Behavior As It Relates To Murder Cmdr Vernon J Geberth, MS, MPS, Fellow Of The American Academy Of Forensic Sciences And Author Of Sex Related Homicide And Death Investigation In This Impressive Book, Dr Stone And Dr Brucato Provide One Of The Most Comprehensive, Conceptually Clear Frameworks On The Typology Of Violence Using Extensive Case Studies, They Explore And Offer Insight Into Different Motives And Patterns Of Homicides And Other Violent Behavior This Book Sharpens And Enhances Our Understanding Of Violence And Psychopathology Of Evil Acts Like No Other Resource Ali Khadivi, PhD, Clinical And Forensic Psychologist And Professor Of Psychiatry And Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Stones Classic Book The Anatomy Of Evil Has Provided The Most Detailed And Comprehensive Description Of Psychopathic Behavior Available In Contemporary Psychiatric Literature The Present Volume, Written By Him In Collaboration With Dr Gary Brucato, Further Deepens And Expands The Precise Presentation Of The Entire Spectrum Of Psychopathy, Proposes A Comprehensive Set Of A Gradations Of Evil Scale, And Thus Makes A Fundamental Contribution To The Diagnostic And Prognostic Evaluation Of This Pathology A Major, Disturbing Finding Emerges From This Study The Increase Of Extremely Destructive, Violent Individual Criminal Behavior Since The S In This Country And, To A Lesser Degree, In Other Parts Of The World This Book Challenges The Reader To Become Concerned About The Increase Of Evil That We Are Witnessing, To Reflect On Its Causes, And To Recognize Our Collective Responsibility To Confront This Development It Is A Must read For All Mental Health Professionals And For The Educated Citizen Alert To Our Social Problems Otto Kernberg, MD, Professor Of Psychiatry At The Weill Cornell Medical College, And Training And Supervising Psychoanalyst At The Columbia University Center For Psychoanalytic Training And Research The Varieties Of Evil Encountered In The Commission Of Serious Crimes Can Easily Defy Understanding The First Step Toward Making Sense Of All Of This Is Through The Process Of Classification Identifying The Critical Elements That Things Have In Common In Order To Classify Them Into Categories Helps To Impose Order On A Chaotic, Mystifying, And Often Horrifying Aspect Of Human Behavior By Dividing Motivations For Murder And Other Serious Crimes Into Twenty Two Well Defined Gradations That Range From The Least Evil Killing In Self Defense To Evil At Its Most Extreme Murder In The Context Of Torture , Stone And Brucatos Excellent Book The New Evil Provides Readers With The Tools To Tease Apart The Motivations Underlying Violent Crime Acts And To Help Make The Unfathomable Understandable Michael B First, MD, Editorial Consultant On The Fifth Edition Of The American Psychiatric Associations Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental DisordersA CHILLING FOLLOW UP TO THE POPULAR TRUE CRIME BOOK THE ANATOMY OF EVILRevisiting Dr Michael Stone S GroundbreakingLevel Gradations Of Evil Scale, A Hierarchy Of Evil Behavior First Introduced In The Book The Anatomy Of Evil, Stone And Dr Gary Brucato, A Fellow Violence And Serious Psychopathology Expert, Here Provide Even Detail, Using Dozens Of Cases To Exemplify The Categories Along The Continuum The New Evil Also Presents Compelling Evidence That, Since A Cultural Tipping Point In The S, Certain Types Of Violent Crime Have Emerged That In Earlier Decades Never Or Very Rarely Occurred The Authors Examine The Biological And Psychiatric Factors Behind Serial Killing, Serial Rape, Torture, Mass And Spree Murders, And Other Severe Forms Of Violence They Persuasively Argue That, In At Least Some Cases, A Collapse Of Moral Faculties Contributes To The Commission Of Such Heinous Crimes, Such That Evil Should Be Considered Not Only A Valid Area Of Inquiry, But, In Our Current Cultural Climate, An Imperative One They Consider The Effects Of New Technologies And Sociological, Cultural, And Historical Factors Since The S That May Have Set The Stage For The New Evil Further, They Explain How Personality, Psychosis, And Other Qualities Can Meaningfully Contribute To Particular Crimes, Making For Many Different MotivesRelying On Their Extensive Clinical Experience, And Examination Of Writings And Artwork By Infamous Serial Killers, These Experts Offer Many Insights Into The Logic That Drives Horrible Criminal Behavior, And They Discuss The Hope That In The Future Such Violence May Be PreventedFascinating, Disturbing Budding Criminologists Will Find This A Useful Resource For Study And Contemplation, While TRUE CRIME ENTHUSIASTS WILL BE RIVETEDby The Assiduous Prodding Into The Criminal Mind Publishers Weekly The New Evil Is A Book That Will Not Only Be Considered Groundbreaking But A Work Thats Also Long Overdue, Given The Violent Changes That Have Convulsed The United States Since The S A Follow Up To The Anatomy Of Evil, It Is The Study Of Evil Itself And The Individuals Who Commit It There Are Reasons For The Types Of Violence We Are Seeing Today, And Drs Michael Stone And Gary Brucato Have Given Us Not Just Something We Want To read But Also Something We Absolutely Must read If Were Ever Going To Understand The Mind Set Of These Killers Kevin M Sullivan, Author Of The Bundy Murders A Comprehensive History This Impressive Team Of Clinical Experts Has Gotten As Close To Evil As Anyone Ever Has Theyve Come Face To Face With Some Of The Worlds Worst Offenders Building On Stones Twenty Two Step Scale Of Evil, Brucato And Stone Unflinchingly Explore Shocking Acts Of Depraved Aggression So We Can Better Understand And Treat Violent Individuals The New Evil Should Be Required Reading In Criminology And Forensic Psychology Katherine Ramsland, PhD,professor Of Forensic Psychology And Author Of Confession Of A Serial Killer The Untold Story Of Dennis Rader, The BTK Killer A Fascinating And Disturbing Addition To The Study Of Violent Crime And Its Motivations Stone And Brucato Explore The Twenty Two Gradations Of Evil And Compare Earlier Felonious Acts To The Abrupt Escalation And Broadened Diversity Of The New Era Of Violence That Arrived In The S The New Evilmerits Inclusion On The Reference Shelf Alongside The Classics By Hare And Cleckley Diane Fanning, Author Of Bitter Remains And Edgar Award Finalist Unflinchingly And Insightfully Examining Hundreds Of Cases Of Serial Murder, Mass Shootings, Sexual Assault, And Other Atrocities, Stone And Brucato Dare To Ask, What Is Evil, And How Does It Fit Into Our Current Psychiatric And Legal Frameworks Their Blood Chilling Catalog Of The Most Terrible Crimes Of The Last Half Century Is Interwoven With Keen Observations Regarding The Role Of Our Ever Coarsening Culture In Giving Breadth And Scope To These Atrocities, Giving Us Genuine Pause Upon Pause John Douglas, FBI Criminal Profiler And Author Of TheNew York Timesbestseller Mindhunter This Remarkable Compendium Of Evil Should Be In The Libraries Of Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Prosecutors, Homicide Investigators, Criminal Attorneys, And Anyone With An Interest In The Criminal Mind Throughout The World The Extensive Research Alone Makes This A Benchmark Text The Authors Explain And Define The Elements Of Evil And Illustrate To The Reader This Abhorrent Evil From Psychosis To Psychopathy, Ranging From Crimes Of Passion To Sexual Serial Murder The Text Consists Of The Scales Of Depravity That Uses A Twenty Two Point Gradation System To Classify Evil Based On Actual Case Studies Encompassing Information From OverResearch And Clinical Sources, Which Elucidate Concise And Detailed Information About The Psychodynamics And Psychopathology Of Maladaptive Behavior As It Relates To Murder Cmdr Vernon J Geberth, MS, MPS, Fellow Of The American Academy Of Forensic Sciences And Author Of Sex Related Homicide And Death Investigation In This Impressive Book, Dr Stone And Dr Brucato Provide One Of The Most Comprehensive, Conceptually Clear Frameworks On The Typology Of Violence Using Extensive Case Studies, They Explore And Offer Insight Into Different Motives And Patterns Of Homicides And Other Violent Behavior This Book Sharpens And Enhances Our Understanding Of Violence And Psychopathology Of Evil Acts Like No Other Resource Ali Khadivi, PhD, Clinical And Forensic Psychologist And Professor Of Psychiatry And Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Stones Classic Book The Anatomy Of Evil Has Provided The Most Detailed And Comprehensive Description Of Psychopathic Behavior Available In Contemporary Psychiatric Literature The Present Volume, Written By Him In Collaboration With Dr Gary Brucato, Further Deepens And Expands The Precise Presentation Of The Entire Spectrum Of Psychopathy, Proposes A Comprehensive Set Of A Gradations Of Evil Scale, And Thus Makes A Fundamental Contribution To The Diagnostic And Prognostic Evaluation Of This Pathology A Major, Disturbing Finding Emerges From This Study The Increase Of Extremely Destructive, Violent Individual Criminal Behavior Since The S In This Country And, To A Lesser Degree, In Other Parts Of The World This Book Challenges The Reader To Become Concerned About The Increase Of Evil That We Are Witnessing, To Reflect On Its Causes, And To Recognize Our Collective Responsibility To Confront This Development It Is A Must read For All Mental Health Professionals And For The Educated Citizen Alert To Our Social Problems Otto Kernberg, MD, Professor Of Psychiatry At The Weill Cornell Medical College, And Training And Supervising Psychoanalyst At The Columbia University Center For Psychoanalytic Training And Research The Varieties Of Evil Encountered In The Commission Of Serious Crimes Can Easily Defy Understanding The First Step Toward Making Sense Of All Of This Is Through The Process Of Classification Identifying The Critical Elements That Things Have In Common In Order To Classify Them Into Categories Helps To Impose Order On A Chaotic, Mystifying, And Often Horrifying Aspect Of Human Behavior By Dividing Motivations For Murder And Other Serious Crimes Into Twenty Two Well Defined Gradations That Range From The Least Evil Killing In Self Defense To Evil At Its Most Extreme Murder In The Context Of Torture , Stone And Brucatos Excellent Book The New Evil Provides Readers With The Tools To Tease Apart The Motivations Underlying Violent Crime Acts And To Help Make The Unfathomable Understandable Michael B First, MD, Editorial Consultant On The Fifth Edition Of The American Psychiatric Associations Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental DisordersA CHILLING FOLLOW UP TO THE POPULAR TRUE CRIME BOOK THE ANATOMY OF EVILRevisiting Dr Michael Stone S GroundbreakingLevel Gradations Of Evil Scale, A Hierarchy Of Evil Behavior First Introduced In The Book The Anatomy Of Evil, Stone And Dr Gary Brucato, A Fellow Violence And Serious Psychopathology Expert, Here Provide Even Detail, Using Dozens Of Cases To Exemplify The Categories Along The Continuum The New Evil Also Presents Compelling Evidence That, Since A Cultural Tipping Point In The S, Certain Types Of Violent Crime Have Emerged That In Earlier Decades Never Or Very Rarely Occurred The Authors Examine The Biological And Psychiatric Factors Behind Serial Killing, Serial Rape, Torture, Mass And Spree Murders, And Other Severe Forms Of Violence They Persuasively Argue That, In At Least Some Cases, A Collapse Of Moral Faculties Contributes To The Commission Of Such Heinous Crimes, Such That Evil Should Be Considered Not Only A Valid Area Of Inquiry, But, In Our Current Cultural Climate, An Imperative One They Consider The Effects Of New Technologies And Sociological, Cultural, And Historical Factors Since The S That May Have Set The Stage For The New Evil Further, They Explain How Personality, Psychosis, And Other Qualities Can Meaningfully Contribute To Particular Crimes, Making For Many Different MotivesRelying On Their Extensive Clinical Experience, And Examination Of Writings And Artwork By Infamous Serial Killers, These Experts Offer Many Insights Into The Logic That Drives Horrible Criminal Behavior, And They Discuss The Hope That In The Future Such Violence May Be Prevented I enjoyed this book quite a bit I ve read quite a few true crime books for leisure and during my time in college when I thought I wanted to be a Forensic Psychologist The New Evil is a very well written, easily enjoyable, and informative book for both casual readers and individuals who might bewell versed in the field Both authors delve into the degree of what is considered evil which is no simple task, as the reader will discover throughout each increasingly grisly chapter The book is divided into two equally compelling parts, and it is fun to see each author s personality and professional experience come through as you read Part 1 offers case studies and insights into various crimes and the individuals that committed them If you ve read many books on this subject, some of names will be familiar, but the insights given with these individuals are refreshingly new, such Engaging and fascinating from the very beginning The New Evil grows in intensity with case studies that will give a chill down your spine Even if you are a study in true crime, there are details about real life cases that you ve never heard Fully recommended to anyone interested in true crime, psychology, and the human condition Well written and filled with details that make you feel like you are present as the crimes are being described Not for the faint of heart A true masterpiece I thought it was perfect to kick the book off with a horrific crime, lead us into learning the scales, and have at least one case to help illustrate each point of the scale to help readers understand the qualifications of each category.
From there I read dozens of cases and played along guessing the categories along the way and checking my work.
The book is a true crime delight both terrifying and educational, my two favorite things Book is incredibly interesting Lots of research on the psychology as well as case stories throughout Very well written Soooo much information Highly recommend for any true crime weirdos.
In the introduction Stone and Brucato write, By evil we are not referring to spiritually sinful or societally forbidden acts, per seRather, we refer to the types of actions that virtually anyone, regardless of faith, time, or place, would find unspeakably horrible and utterly depraved There always have been crimes and criminals so heinous as to defy understanding In peacetime, that is what people may do prompted by war or mob excitement is a separate subject Every era has such criminals The frequency varies over time, however Although the violent crime rate in the US has dropped substantially in the past 20 years, it is stillthan double than it was in 1960 The authors point out that crimes of a particularly callous nature are farcommon than last mid century Stone and Brucato believe that the culture reached a tipping point around 1965 They detail many of the change I m not quite sure what I was expecting, but I found myself disappointed Imagine taking a 100 year old shoe box worth of clippings of true crime newspaper stories,or less sorting them in order of perceived heinousness, and printing synopses and youor less have this book.
Such analytical prescriptive passages as exist are facile and shallow E.
g , bad people can kill a lot of people with semi automatic weapons, let s ban them Absolutely no reckoning with the Constitutional and practical complexities of the gun debate in America No attempt to wrestle with the issue of how we handle the seriously mentally ill in the wake of the trend to de institutionalization It s analysis by bumper sticker.
Admittedly, some of the anecdotes are interesting in and of themselves, hence the second star But the book fails to deliver on its subtitle.
Engaging and fascinating from the very beginning The New Evil grows in intensity with case studies that will give a chill down your spine Even if you are a study in true crime, there are details about real life cases that you ve never heard Fully recommended to anyone interested in true crime, psychology, and the human condition Well written and filled with details that make you feel like you are present as the crimes are being described Not for the faint of heart A true masterpiece I m not quite sure what I was expecting, but I found myself disappointed Imagine taking a 100 year old shoe box worth of clippings of true crime newspaper stories,or less sorting them in order of perceived heinousness, and printing synopses and youor less have this book.
Such analytical prescriptive passages as exist are facile and shallow E.
g , bad people can kill a lot of people with semi automatic weapons, let s ban them Absolutely no reckoning with the Constitutional and practical complexities of the gun debate in America No attempt to wrestle with the issue of how we handle the seriously mentally ill in the wake of the trend to de institutionalization It s analysis by bumper sticker.
Admittedly, some of the anecdotes are interesting in and of themselves, hence the second star But the book fails to deliver on its subtitle.
I thought it was perfect to kick the book off with a horrific crime, lead us into learning the scales, and have at least one case to help illustrate each point of the scale to help readers understand the qualifications of each category.
From there I read dozens of cases and played along guessing the categories along the way and checking my work.
The book is a true crime delight both terrifying and educational, my two favorite things

MD Michael H. Stone

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