by Dr Sam Vaknin Envy is forever looking upwards. It does not look sideways. In Facial Justice, Hartley (1960) describes a life after a catastrophic war. A dictator has decreed that envy is so destructive that it has to be eliminated. The citizens are coerced to be as alike each other as possible. The worst […]

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