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Re: Lou's respose to an aspect of this thread-abshift Simus

Posted by SLS on February 28, 2005, at 7:36:58

In reply to Re: Lou's respose to an aspect of this thread-abshift Lou Pilder, posted by Simus on February 27, 2005, at 23:14:01

> Just my personal opinion... philosophical discussions could be saved for threads started by someone who is not in crisis...

Lou, If I am not mistaken, I believe it is you who decided to interrupt the thread to question the minutia of my usage of words. I don't think it was helpful. This thread wasn't then, and isn't now, about philosophy, me, or you. I would suggest that any further discourse between us regarding this thread be moved to the Social board.

For anyone else reading this, I would like to say that the recession of pathological hyper-religiosity that occurs upon the resolution of a manic or other psychotic episode in no way devalues or minimizes the place that religion has in healing.

- Scott

> > It is written in this thread,[...which idea do you prefer?...]and,[...abnormal shift in brain chemistry...].
> > Could there be more ideas than just those two? For instance, could the poster's situation come about, if the poster is taking psychotropic or neuroleptic drugs, as a result of the chemicals in the drugs that the poster may be taking causing the [...abnormal shift in brain chemistry...]?




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