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4.0 out of 5 stars interesting read
It was interesting to read M Scott' Peck's take on human nature and evil. Can't say I agree but his insights into what people are capable of is fascinating from a both a lay view and as a practitioner
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I wish I had seen Dr. Peck had written this rubbish before I bought 'The Road Less Travelled'. I wouldn't have bothered buying the first book otherwise.

For a Christian and Psychiatrist, he has some very low views of other people.

When it comes to consistency, Dr. Peck is a 'loser'! His true self emerges in his writings, undeniably.
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4.0 out of 5 stars interesting read, 8 Jan 2014
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This review is from: Glimpses of the Devil: A Psychiatrist's Personal Accounts of Possession, (Paperback)
It was interesting to read M Scott' Peck's take on human nature and evil. Can't say I agree but his insights into what people are capable of is fascinating from a both a lay view and as a practitioner
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This review is from: Glimpses of the Devil: A Psychiatrist's Personal Accounts of Possession, (Paperback)
I wish I had seen Dr. Peck had written this rubbish before I bought 'The Road Less Travelled'. I wouldn't have bothered buying the first book otherwise.

For a Christian and Psychiatrist, he has some very low views of other people.

When it comes to consistency, Dr. Peck is a 'loser'! His true self emerges in his writings, undeniably.
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