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To date, there is no universally effective, long-term psychological treatment for antisocial personality disorder (or psychopathy specifically). In many cases, particularly when a psychopath or an individual with APD commits a violent crime, confinement is the only form of long-term management. What ethical concerns with this come to mind, if any? Should society explore other methods to treat/manage psychopathy, or is confinement a reasonable approach in violent circumstances?

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