Search for causes

It is difficult to connect our reasoning with scientific ideas. People are ready to fully or partially associate the occurrence of symptoms of the disease with some mental processes. But what about those diseases (and there are much more of them), the causes of which are unequivocally associated with physical causes? Here we are faced with the main flaw of the usual way of thinking: a person is used to interpreting all events perceived by him at the causal level, constructing chains in which cause and effect are mutually unambiguous. You can read this phrase because we wrote it, because the publisher printed this book, because it was sold to you in a store, etc. This way of thinking seems so natural that most of humanity considers it as a…
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