by Sam Vaknin “One man cannot be a warrior on a battlefield” (Russian proverb) There is no word for it in Russian. Platon Karatayev, the typical “Russian soul” in Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, extols, for pages at a time, the virtues of communality and disparages the individual – this otherwise useless part of the […]

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