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Of Evil and Empathy
by Theodore Dalrymple (May 2011)
The clinical diagnosis of hysteria has long been attacked by doctors and others who believe that it has no explanatory or even descriptive value. They suggest that the word be abandoned; but, as others have pointed out, it has a tendency to outlive its obituarists. Somehow we cannot now do without it; although allegedly meaningless, it is useful. more>>>