Just a Spoon Full of Laughter...is a great read for anyone that's been to a doctors office and made it out alive. Written by an actual physician, it will keep you in stitches (no pun intended) from one story to the next. See for yourself what could be so funny about the physician office visit. Whether it's recalling his first sigmoidoscopy or performing an autopsy, you'll keep this riveting series of short humorous stories right there in the bathroom for pleasurable reading. You may even find yourself somewhere between the pages. From an author who will never be a New York Times Best Seller, it's a great book for young or old, male or female, professional or not. It's especially ideal for that person in your life who has everything except a sense of humor. It's ideal as a stocking stuffer, white elephant gift or for future yard sales. "The funniest book I ever read." Says Dr. Zhivago "Yes! Yes! Yes!" Says Dr. No
This book is a collection of contributions written by philosophers and scientists active in different fields, such as mathematics, logics, social sciences, computer sciences and linguistics. They comment on and discuss various parts of and subjects and propositions introduced in the Handbook of Analytical Philosophy of Medicine from Kadem Sadegh-Zadeh, published by Springer in 2012. This volume reports on the fruitful exchange and debate that arose in the fuzzy community upon the publication of the Handbook. This was not only very much appreciated by the community but also seen as a critical starting point for beginning a new discussion. The results of this discussion, which involved many different perspectives from science and the humanities and was warmly encouraged by Kadem Sadegh-Zadeh himself, are accurately reported in this volume, which is intended to be a critical companion to Kadem Sadegh-Zadeh´s handbook.
Rudolf Seising is currently an adjunct researcher at the European Centre for Soft Computing in Mieres, Asturias (Spain) and a college lecturer at the Faculty of History and Arts, at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich (Germany).
Marco Elio Tabacchi is currently the Scientific Director of the Italian National Research & Survey Organization Demopolis, and a research assistant in the Soft Computing Group at University of Palermo (Italy).
"If you are dependent on something you want to become independent. The half-way-house is about enabling and creating an environment where there is a positive addiction - an addiction to improvement and personal development. So that people can succeed in their real-life circumstances." This is what I heard over a wonderful dinner. I was subject to narrative medicine in action. And I decided to share this story with you!
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