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Giving, and following, driving directions was an art. A cartographic communication, conveyed and conducted by spoken description, verbal transcription, and subsequent decipherment. You asked for a route to a destination, and your partner in navigation issued a list of waypoints, landmarks, and driving instructions; you wrote these down (or bravely, committed them to memory); then, as you drove, you compared those descriptions with actual, physical reality, checking to see if a useful correspondence obtained; then, ideally, you glided ‘home.’ A successful navigation was occasion for celebration by both direction-giver and direction-follower; hermeneutical encounters like theirs deserved no less; before, there was the unknown space, forbidding and inscrutable; afterwards, there was a destination, magically clarified, made visible, and arrived at. 389 more words
Recovering from a shock that knocks one into an unforgiving depressive state, where everything seems dulled, including ones motivations.
No matter the level of denial, or the complex intricately woven delusion, eventually you realize no matter how you might not like it, you can survive in the new reality. 54 more words
Has the Nature Vs Nurture debate finally been settled in regards to Schizophrenia? In 2016 mainstream national newspapers ran the story;