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B M Hegde
Reductionism vs (W) Holism: A Disconnect?
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity
The time honoured reductionist science of modern western medicine does not fit into the basically holistic non-linear science
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Research
 
E. E. Escultura
The Physics of the Mind
We focus on thought or intelligence as the brain's total mental capability centered in the cortex but touch on feelings and emotions centered in the heart, the two components of what we call mind
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Issues, Inputs
 
Krishnananda Hegde
Egyptians swear by 'Secret of the Desert
Aromatherapy in Ancient Egypt
You only have to visit a perfume factory on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt to understand how powerful a perfume can be. It leaves your spirits high in an instant.
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B M Hegde
Need Based Medical Education
This is an attempt to look at our present day medical education from within, after nearly five decades of, I hope, fecund involvement
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Musings
 
Herbert Nehrlich
A Dilemma
It is so sad when clarity
gives way to frank befuddlement.
It is the brain that cries for help.
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Herbert Nehrlich
With Tools Like These..
As darkness fell, out in the shed
the tools and spiders went to bed.
Said, with a sigh, the brickie's Hammer
'I am the king', but, with a stammer
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Epicurus: Why should I fear death?

Epicurus (B.C. 341-270), the Greek philosopher held the view that true pleasure consisted of the good. What was good was pleasant and what was pleasant was good.
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Mind Body Connection

It is well known that our state of mind is directly related to our immune system.
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In Defence of 'Pure Reason'

Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), the most influential German philosopher of the modern West is widely studied even today for the new perspective his works bring to Western philosophy.
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