Causality in Medicine

The problem of causality is of great importance: medicine and medicine medicine, psychology and sociology compete fiercely in attempts to find out the true causes of certain manifestations of the disease and cure the patient by eliminating them. They associate some causes with pathogens, others with events of early childhood, methods of education or working conditions. Anything is considered to be the sources of the disease - from the lead content in the air to social problems. It seems to us that this approach leads both medicine and psychology to a dead end. Of course, the answers to the question "why?" you can find as many as you want, but putting it at the forefront and making it an end in itself, we must admit that the reasons found are…
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