Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"As the primitive had spiritualized nature, so the psychiatrist now animalizes man. It seems that when we try to explain the human condition, we-human beings-have a hard time finding a happy medium between making too much or too little of intentionality: when we are culturally underdeveloped, we treat objects as agents; when we are culturally developed, we treat agents as objects. Thus, the primitive tries to understand Nature in terms of human nature, while the psychiatrist tries to understand human nature in terms of Nature. In our roles as modern scientists, we have corrected the savage's mistake. Who will correct the psychiatrist's mistake, and ours for supporting it?"

Thomas SZASZ, 1987, Insanity: the Idea and Its Consequences. New York : Wiley DePublisher.

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