Stoic News

By Dave Kelly

Monday, April 19, 2004

Erroneous Value-judgments

"Schizoid personality disorder is a typological representation of bad character, of a vicious disposition formed by habitual passion. Passions are, or result from, erroneous value-judgments. The objects of passion listed below (derived mostly from Beck, Freeman, and associates, 1990, pp. 51-2) are indifferent things which the Schizoid personality incorrectly judges to be good or bad. The cure of Schizoid personality disorder will require correcting these habitual bad, or erroneous, value-judgments by making correct use of impressions."


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