Helmut Schoeck  

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"Eugène Raiga predicted that the setting up of socialist governments devoted to mutual aid would not inhibit these envious and jealous rivalries. As Helmut Schoeck points out, this has been amply proven."--The Tyranny of Malice (1989) by Joseph H. Berke

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Helmut Schoeck (Graz, July 3, 1922 – February 2, 1993) was an Austrian-German sociologist and writer, best known for his work Envy: A Theory of Social Behaviour (Der Neid: Eine Theorie der Gesellschaft).

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