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THE ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR DIS-EASE (PART 2)

THE ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR DIS-EASE (PART 2)

This is a five part series on how we currently relate to the model through which a lot of our disease is treated is one that largely operates with external factors, and holds disease as separate from the person in which it arises. This post is part 2 of 5. The...

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THE TRAP OF THE OBVIOUS SHOULD

THE TRAP OF THE OBVIOUS SHOULD

This post might sound like it's me taking a swing at sensitive important topics (like climate change, inequality, etc.), as though they're wrong, bad or shouldn't be addressed. What I'm actually doing is pointing out the context we have around these things, and how...

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THE ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR DIS-EASE (Part 1)

THE ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR DIS-EASE (Part 1)

This is a five part series on how we currently relate to the model through which a lot of our disease is treated is one that largely operates with external factors, and holds disease as separate from the person in which it arises. This post is part 1 of 5. Our model...

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