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  • I don't consider what I wrote "deprecating". I agree with three of four main points -- but I still find your examples for the fourth point unconvincing.

    I read and commented because I thought your essay was likely worth reading, and because you asked for comments. I certainly don't mean any offense, so please accept my apologies. (I kind of wish you'd focused on my argument instead of on me, but you get to choose how you respond, and that's fine.)

    • Hi chromatic!

      I did reply to what you wrote about my article on the journal as comments to the journal. I did not mean to offend you in this entry, or to continue the discussion in the response you wrote to my homepage essay on my journal, just to make a related and inspired note about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It was not a classic non-sequitor, it was a "this reminds me".

      I may have misused the word "deprecating" in this context. What I meant was more like "criticising" or "de-constructing" or what Ephraim Kishon called "ligmoz" [] (sorry - Google could not find any meaningful English results). So sorry if I misused it here - I may write an update correcting it. Thanks.

      In any case, please discuss Approval Addiction, Hypomanias, Depression, Cog-Behav Therapy, etc. in here, and my "Closed Books" essay in my original entry in this blog or on yours. That or the weather, European ski resorts or what's new on M.Tv (just kidding).

      By the way, I'm still waiting for your response to my O'Reilly Net article suggestion and outline.