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Re: What do we know about the biology of depression? SLS

Posted by Hugh on April 5, 2024, at 12:12:38

In reply to What do we know about the biology of depression?, posted by SLS on April 1, 2024, at 10:43:24

I agree with you, Scott. We are acquiring knowledge about the brain at an astonishing pace. Our ability to assimilate this knowledge lags far behind. Maybe artificial intelligence will help us to figure things out.

Your post reminded me of an analogy that I like. It's been said that Napoleon could travel no faster than Julius Caesar, on land or on water. In the 200 years since Napoleon's death, the world has changed a great deal more than it did in the 1,800 years between Julius Caesar's time and Napoleon's. And the world continues to change at an ever-increasing pace -- far faster than our ability to adapt to these changes.

I appreciate your kind words about me. For many years, you have been a pillar of Psycho-Babble.

I think you'll find this discussion about the brain interesting:

> What do we know about the biology of depression?
> We know a lot, but understand very little.
> Perhaps all you need to do is to assemble the data available on the Internet and synthesize a novel model for understanding the psychoneurobiology of depressive illness. It would lead to choosing the best treatment for each case. I hope you can do this. I cannot. The data is exploding at a rate that is very difficult to keep up with. This is a good thing.
> Uncertainty is your best friend. Without God or an oracle revealing to you that your suffering will never end, having hope is logical.
> For today, your best choice is to observe which treatments work rather than to predict which ones will work and which won't based upon guesses
> Right now, I consider "Hugh" to be the most valuable source of information and novel ideas on Psycho-Babble. His knowledge regarding cutting-edge treatments for depression is far beyond mine. As far as creating valid reasons to have hope for your healing, keep reading Hugh's writings here.
> - Scott




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