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From: The Washington Post

Why We Split the World Into Good and Evil — And Make Decisions We Regret

Humans carve the world cleanly in two when they feel threatened. There’s a right and a wrong, a good and an evil, an us and a them. In normal times, this behavior is most obvious in people with serious depression or borderline personality disorder. Psychologists call it “splitting.”

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