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k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Sun Feb 22 05:37:23 EST 2004


"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:R5%Zb.15632$hm4.11365 at newsread3.news.atl.earthlink.net...
> Ho, ho, ho, the plot thickens.
> I stand on what I've posted.
> It =has= been in AoK, Ap7, all along.

The "placebo effect" is 'just' Volition, in
action [this's the way immune system fx
is a form of Cognition [as I've stated,
repeatedly, in both recent and long-
former posts]].

K. P. Collins, Author of, what seems to
'be' the most-'feared' Book ever written.
[Why else would it be 'burned' before
it's even Published?]

> "Peter F." <effectivespamblock at ozemail.com.au> wrote in message
> news:niZZb.872$3X5.26676 at nnrp1.ozemail.com.au...
> > To habitually reduce/generalise, e.g., to state (as you did, in regard
> > the, by NMR re-revealed, placebo effect) something as obvious as:
> >
> > ""Prefrontal Cortex".
> > See AoK, Ap7, where it's all been
> > in-there, all along.";
> >
> > Or, to simplify the ways we (our brains) deal with having been in SHITS
> > (e.g. been slowly traumatizing situations in early infancy) and later
> shows
> > a vast variety of symptoms of the CURSES thereby as if put into our
> > individual brains, to "WDB2T",
> >
> > is to slander the seriousness of the significant symptoms of, and causes
> and
> > factors behind, reality's vast and deep field of psychosocial
> putrifaction'
> > and crucial causative importances.
> >
> > IOW, any theoretical statements or explanations (no matter how
> as
> > bland/euphemizing/emulsifying as yours are in respect of such serious
> goings
> > on, operate intellectually way too far from a suitably SEPTIC conceptual
> > soaking in the negative sides of cultural and psychological such
> > and their specific underlying causes and mechanisms.
> >
> > P

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