by Sam Vaknin Life must be curious, alert, erudite and moral, but it must achieve this without being holier-than-thou, a cynic, a know-it-all or a Peeping Tom. (Edward K Thompson, managing editor of Life, 1949-1961) When Chancellor Kohl’s party and Edith Cresson are suspected of gross corruption, such activities are labelled “aberrations” in an otherwise […]

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