I chuckled at Winfried's side comment ...
>(Although admittedly the epistemological value of the therapy with respect
>to improving the state of the art net of statements of cause-effect
>relations would be higher if
>the therapy failed. But as a patient, it is difficult to be proud of
>contributing to that, isn't it?)
Yes, in fact, it might be impossible to feel anything about it -- if
you're dead! ;-)
Remember the famous remark by some anonymous physician: "The therapy
succeeded but the patient died." Oh, swell!
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