In the psychological system of Wilhelm Reich, the "emotional plague" exists as a sort of mental disease which spreads throughout societies whose members are genitally blocked, i.e., incapable of genuine, healthy sexual love or expression. Hating life, creativity and freedom, and terrified that their own frustrated drives could explode uncontrollably at the slightest provocation, victims…

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A theory of human behavior which originated with science fiction author A.E. Van Vogt and was developed by Colin Wilson in his "Criminal History of Mankind." In Wilson’s view, the "Right Man" represents a psychological type who is, at the core, brittle, fragile and empty. Lacking a fundamental identity of his own, he is obsessed…

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