Andrzej Łobaczewski (1921–2007) was a Polish psychiatrist who synthesized the research of a group of underground Eastern European scientists that included Kazimierz Dąbrowski, Stefan Szuman, and Stefan Błachowski, among many other anonymous contributors. Their work was a scientific study of a system of government they came to call pathocracy, in which individuals with personality disorders (especially psychopathy) occupy positions of power and influence. The result is a totalitarian system characterized by a government turned against its own people.
During World War II, Łobaczewski worked for the Polish Home Army, an underground Polish resistance organization. After the war, he studied at Jagiellonian University under professor of psychiatry Edward Brzezicki. Łobaczewski's class was the last to receive an education uninfluenced by Soviet ideology and censorship, after which psychiatry was restricted to Pavlovian concepts. The study of genetics and psychopathy was forbidden.
- Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes, Grande Prairie, AB: Red Pill Press, 2006. ISBN 978-1-897244-25-8
- Logokracja. Koncepcja ustroju państwa, Dom Wydawniczy Ostoja, 2010. ISBN 978-83-60048-32-0
- In Memoriam: Andrzej M. Łobaczewski, sott.net interview, accessed September 15, 2010.
- Łobaczewski (2006), p. 96.