This book may read like revelation to anyone who is open to or bordering upon a cynically self-serving or deeply pessimistic world view but some of the psychological content could be more refined and there is far, far, far too much meshing of literary or political concepts into the mix.
At times I was sure this book was a joke, a coffee table book like the Anarchists Cookbook (the bomb book not the recipe book), kind of buy this book, shock your friends, outrage your loved ones, startle your loving parents as they stand already horrified by teenage angst personified.
Lets be really, really clear about this psychosis is an illness, not an identity to which anyone should or could really aspire or be inspired by, while psycho-pathy is a different matter again.
Portraying psychopaths as enlightened intellectuals who have hit upon truths about how the "sheep" operate is literary or philosophic nonsense, making allusions to how few politicos or belief systems have valued the individual is also nonsensical.
The true psycho-path isnt a ponderous or enlightened individual or individualist, unless some how failing to value the individual or individualism some how qualifies a person as the ultimate individualist, which truly is one almighty sumersault of reasoning.
So be sure about what you're buying, it's not a deeply troubling and rudely awakening read, it's not perfect psychology, its worse philosophy but if you want to read a book with a bit of shock value then go right ahead. The authors of weighty tomes of ethical or moral philosophy, I suspect, arent going to be too troubled by the "revelations" here in.
Edit: Sentence structure changed for clarity, psychosis and psycho-pathy are not being used synomyns.