|Originally posted by 0100306660SAS |
i dont have opinions of it. i have experience of it.
empiricism. experience leads to knowledge.
so until you personally go through something, you're the only one with opinions of it.
i have had contact with patients, and studied how the doctors tried treatments. which basically was "prescribing newer pills"
i just want to make a note that you should stop being one of those
people who is reading books thinking you know something about real life.
reality is much different than the theories which you read about it.
There are theories I read about and there are facts. As long as a treatment does what it's supposed to, its raison d'Ítre is fufilled. Empirism is a nice way to go about it, but in the vast world of science it's unpractical.
I can tell you there is nothing knowledgeable or socially rebellious to having a psychosis and killing a 6 month-old baby - like one of our patients.
Second of all, it's obvious you try different treatments, especially when neuroleptics are syndrom-based. Add to this the multitude of adverse effects, resistance to specific active substances and you have the reason why "doctors prescribe the newest pills".
|then why were you saying you've already read the ebook on the topic and just wanted to buy the hardcopy|
for your "shelf"
Because I like to be well-informed. Or you think I should engage into emirism by testing epigenetic techniques on myself. wat