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psychopath

a person afflicted with a personality disorder characterized by a tendency to commit antisocial and sometimes violent acts and a failure to feel guilt for such acts
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When you look at the worst corners of the American health insurance industry or the sub-prime banking market it really feels like the more psychopathically someone behaves the more it's rewarded.
He wasn't overtly, permanently, psychopathically aggressive, he was just completely unpredictable.
That said, I would also assert that the possibility for imaginative empathy is not ignored or psychopathically absent (Coetzee 2004: 79) in these artworks.
They eventually run afoul of a gang of Russian mobsters headed by the psychopathically violent Mossi (a buffed-up James D'Arcy).
The dark forces of what Peter Dale Scott calls the US "deep state" will psychopathically erase without remorse any person or group that stands in its way, as shown by the executions of John F.
It weaves together the lives of two boys from City of God, the non-violent, thoughtful, attractive, and kind narrator who becomes a photographer for a major newspaper Buscape, and the psychopathically violent, amoral, and ugly drug lord Li'l Ze.