Thanks guys for the links. A fair bit of reading to do. For me there's a relinquishment of responsibility in the idea of people having predetermined conditions, of course there's an instant abolishment of free will for those which is another point. Anyway I don't mean necessarily that we have a responsibility to fix psychopaths, I mean that we have a responsibility for what we collectively create in the world, no matter how far removed we feel we are from it. It's my opinion that Jung at the end of his life was seeing something like that with his ideas on syncronicity. So, like everything or person in our personal dream landscape represents corresponding aspects in ourselves, if you consider that the world is symbolic of the condition of all of us (and the generations that have past internalised within us) then we in some ways are responsible for the creation of the psychopathic condition that exists in others. I do agree though that it's not only naive but detrimental to not acknowlege the existence of evil but I feel that by not seeing that each and everyone of us has a part in it's creation, actually is more than anything else, the way it proliferates.