In my subjective opinion, one of the most important articles written in the Journal of my College, the Royal College of Psychiatrists, was written by a colleague of mine who … Continue reading Psychiatry: the ‘subjective-objective divide’
This passage from ‘Stories We Tell Ourselves’ by Richard Holloway reminded me of writings and research into certainty and medical decison making:
When I was a psychiatrist we were trained to describe patients’ experiences ‘objectively’. This passage from ‘Stories We Tell Ourselves’ by Richard Holloway reminded me of the folly of such … Continue reading ‘The subjective-objective divide’
This question was asked in last week’s Sunday TIMES: Of course there is no complete data to refer to but it is thought that Don Quixote tops the list. It … Continue reading Which novel has sold most?