Zika, HIV: the abstract vs. the concrete in the pursuit of logic
By Jon Rappoport
Medical Warning: this article may require THINKING. Ask your doctor if thinking is right for you.
When a philosopher has no more room to move and finds his back up against a cold wall in the middle of the night, he usually throws up his hands and surrenders his abstract position to concrete interests (like money, position, and power). I watched this happen in the late 1980s, when I saw my first book, AIDS INC., come into print.
The book took on CAUSATION, one of the interests of both the medical and philosophical profession. My investigation centered on: how do you decide a particular germ causes a particular disease?
I won’t bother going into all the details here. Suffice it to say, when I contacted a few academic folks I knew from my days as…
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