Mоdеrn Humаn Bеing: Perspective from Pѕусhiаtriс Diѕеаѕеѕ

Science Insights, 28 August 2017
Volume 2017
Doi: 10.15354/si.17.es028
 
Essay
Mоdеrn Humаn Bеing: Perspective from Pѕусhiаtriс Diѕеаѕеѕ
 
Ula Tegha, BA,*; Light Keiser, PhD, *, ∆
 
Author Affiliations
*: Department of Anthropology, Colorado Mesa University, 1100 North Ave, Grand Junction, CO 81501, USA
∆: Correspondence to: Dr. Light Keiser, PhD, Email: lightkeiser@yahoo.com
 
 
SUMMARY

Science tells facts using evidence that can be tested or verified with repeatable manners. However, subjective concepts like psychiatric definitions are only from physician’s subjective labeling on patient’s behavioral changes. Is there any robust evidence to these overlapping behaviors of defined psychiatric disorders? When behavior was considered as the evidence of scientific definition, we modern human beings are cheating ourselves through changing the basic concept: evidence is the physical object that can be detected or proved using definitive methods. The de facto situation for us today is how we can face challenging topics like death, life, and our human being ourselves. Even we have substantially developed technologies, and theoretically get advanced on some fields, but we still cannot answer these subjective questions mentioned above, those we intentionally avoid to doing in-depth studies. We need to do reconsideration about these unavoidable topics seriously. Do not have science mask our eyes.

KeywordsSubjective definition; Technology; Science; Human being; Behavior

 

Author: 

Ula Tegha; Light Keiser