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|Depression, Mania, And Other Afflictions Of The Self Peter C. Whybrow. C. Ashby |
... Page 95, “All cases are unique, and very similar to others”: I first read T. S.
Eliot's play The Cocktail Party when I was in medical school in 1961. The play is
|unique differentium that allows the classification of this or that plant or animal |
species, the geographer of the unique physiognomy of a particular place, or the
linguist of each human ... Reilly: All cases are unique, and very similar to others.
|I am a relatedness all around, seeking to actualise more and more this |
relatedness.1 ... In words from a notable Christian poet, 'All cases are unique,
and very similar to others'.2 1 Method A narrative approach is used to
|"All cases are unique, and very similar to others " T. S. ELIOT In days gone by, in |
the not so dim and distant past, many folks have tried to gain the secrets of
success through means of the occult, astrology, tea leaves, palm readings and
|“All cases are unique and very similar to others.” T. S. Eliot (The Cocktail Party) In |
this chapter and the next, I attempt to disperse some of the mist surrounding
comparative constitutional studies' epistemological and methodological matrix.
|Still to be taken into account are the significant differences between various |
Jewish sectors, like the Orthodox community as compared with ... T.S. Eliot wrote
in The Cocktail Party that “all cases are unique and very similar to others.
|Chapter 8 TREATMENT OF DRUG MISUSE AND DEPENDENCE All cases are |
unique, and very similar to others. T. S. Eliot, The Cocktail Party. METHODS OF
MANAGEMENT AND COUNSELLING OF DRUG USERS In the management of a
|Following Durkheim, societies can provoke similar reactions of in some cases |
awesome and in others perhaps more comparable to mystical experience. ... It is
true that all cultures regard themselves as 'unique' but Finnish culture is
particularly interesting because of degree ... I observed that Estonian was very
similar to Finnish and asked how, then, Finnish culture was 'unique' to which she
|I want to share something of what depression has been like for me with two aims: |
the first, to try to describe as best I ... As T.S Eliot's character Sir Henry Harcourt-
Reilly says in The Cocktail Party, 'All cases are unique, and very similar to others.
|Dr. Routh quoted two cases very similar to Mr. Tait's, in which, some years' ago, |
he had attempted to remove the tumours piecemeal ... Mr. Lawson Tait did not
consider the case at all unique. Such ulcers had been described by himself and
others, and had no doubt that if this case had been left for a time, to let the