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Re: Illness increases vulnerability to the irratio SLS

Posted by Squiggles on December 3, 2006, at 10:33:23

In reply to Re: Illness increases vulnerability to the irratio, posted by SLS on December 3, 2006, at 9:38:08

> > Truths about medications are not subject to emotional interpratation.
> I think just about any interpretation of information or judgment can be influenced by one's emotional state. In a severely depressed, manic, obsessive, anxious, or psychotic state, one's judgment is often skewed, if not impaired. I think the point made by Squiggles is that a professional might be in a better frame of mind to make decisions or offer interpretations than is the suffering patient.

You took the words right out of my mouth Scott. :-)

Of course, we do have to rely on the probability that the doctor will be in a better state of mind than the patient, but I don't think that is too generous a supposition.

> Yes. Facts are facts to the extent to which they are agreed upon. However, even this agreement is often nothing more than a matter of opinion, and opinions often change with the gathering of new information and the founding of new understandings.

Uhm, yeah, i think that is the march of science,






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