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“Religion is a culture of faith; science is a culture of doubt.”
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Noga Arikha
“The renowned physician, chemist, priest, and astrologer Arnau de Villanova—born in Milan around 1240, and eventually a resident of Barcelona—even admitted so much: if you don’t understand the case, he said, just mention obstruction, because “they do not understand what it means, and it helps greatly that a term is not understood by the people.”13 If the doctor seemed knowledgeable, he would be worthy of trust, and his services worth paying for. The mere appearance of authoritativeness could, and indeed still can, reassure the patient.”
Noga Arikha, Passions and Tempers

“She stared him down, and in that moment I saw something I recognized from my own childhood. The moment when a long-held power balance shifts, when a kid gets old enough to question whether they actually have to do what a parent tells them, and lets that doubt be known. Puts it right there on the table, where it can’t be ignored. I imagine it’s a strange and perhaps even disturbing moment for a parent, a cold wind blowing across everything that’s come before. Because yes, this is the harbinger of the adult who may one day be looking after you, but wrapped in the disguise of someone who’s still a child: poised on the boundary between one world and another.”
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“The fields of psychology and psychiatry have also inadvertently contributed to the problem. Ideas that are not evidence-based proliferate, such as Freud’s Oedipus complex (you are sexually attracted to your parents, which creates a hidden conflict, giving rise to anxiety), while evidence-based ones lie dormant.”
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