Abstract

           Introduction

Formation of society by social conditioning

     The alien experiment

When the other gets tangled

     The fools' play

Past the clinical paradigm

     A developmental deconstruction

Knowing in a systematic stress context

     The brainwash genre

           Conclusion

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