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The six most essential questions in psychiatric diagnosis: a pluralogue. Part 4: general conclusion
(A) Neuron Figure 19 In the conclusion to this multi-part article I first review the discussions carried out around the six essential questions in psychiatric diagnosis – the position taken by Allen Frances on each question, the commentaries on the respective question along with Frances’ responses to the commentaries, and my own view of the multiple discussions. In this review I emphasize that the core question is the first – what is the nature of psychiatric illness – and that in some manner all further questions follow from the first. Following this review I attempt to move the discussion forward, addressing the first question from the perspectives of natural kind analysis and complexity analysis. This reflection leads toward a view of psychiatric disorders – and future nosologies – as far more complex and uncertain than we have imagined.

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LMFAO

2010-12-18 08:49:51 by tooretardical2

Free market capitalism has never worked anywhere < GenetJean > 12/18 08:08:00
ever


A WikiLeaks cable reveals that when Michael Moore's film was shown to Cuban doctors, they were 'disturbed at the blatant misrepresentation of healthcare in Cuba'. Photograph: Max Whittaker/Reuters



Another global capitalist (where capitalism has never worked anywhere):
William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955)[2] is an American business magnate, philanthropist, author and chairman[3] of Microsoft, the software company he founded with Paul Allen. He is consistently ranked among the...

Socialism as it was always meant to be

2002-01-02 12:12:09 by justyouraveragecitizen

Socialism As It Was Always Meant To Be
by Michael Albert & Robin Hahnel
As the twentieth century draws to a close, what have we learned about how we should manage our economic affairs? What should we do if we had the opportunity to start again?
We could hold a lottery, or perhaps have a brawl to decide who owns what productive resources. The unfortunate losers would have to hire themselves out to work for the more fortunate winners, and the goods the losers produced could then be 'freely' exchanged by their owners -- the people who didn't produce them. Of course this is the capitalist 'solution' to the 'economic problem' which has been spreading its sway for roughly three centuries. Based on that experience we can predict, with great confidence, that private enterprise...

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Owned by Victoria University, the iPredict site is designed to reach predictions based on a market trading system between informed buyers and sellers of political and economic event "stocks". The website is posing the question "What percentage of 10 …

Quebec's Jean Charest questions federal push for environmental streamlining  — Victoria Times Colonist
He also said that Quebec has not faced as much resistance from industry as he expected from launching green policies such as a carbon tax and a market trading system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But he said it helps when a government shows …

RH Patil: An institutional builder, intellectual, transformational leader  — NDTV
Five months later, the capital market trading system went live. By October 1995, less than a year after launch NSE surpassed the BSE to become the country's biggest stock exchange by trading volume. The dramatic surge in the trading activity through a …

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