Again the turtles attracted me.

I understand that many people define themselves as "mentally ill," and accept a medical model. If you do this, that is your choice. I respect you.

They were alive, and so far at any rate they agreed with me.

Finally, everybody's favorite clause is the Santa Clause, which needs no further definition:

I was putting on my great-coat to visit Madame la Contessa G.

But this is us laughing with us, and with all of society, to further our goals. That's different than someone exploiting us for their own private goals.

Includes "From Freedom to Bondage," by Herbert Spencer.

Some activists, including me, at certain times have sought to reclaim the words society has thrown our way. I realize others may not choose to ever use words like "mad" or "lunatic" or "crazy" or "bonkers" to describe themselves. We probably ought not use those colloquial terms in certain contexts, like arguing our rights in front of the United Nations or in a court hearing. But now and again, some of us like to have some fun and be outrageous, such as at MAD PRIDE events, where it is okay to be creative and reclaim language that has been used against us.

for human personality the blind, mechanical power of the State.

Flowers and fruits are always fit presents."

Once more, we can learn a bit from word origins. The word origin for "role," it is thought, came from the fact that actors in the 1600's were handed a "roll" of paper with their script for being a character a play. In other words, one's "role" is the part played by a person in life, as one dictionary puts it. Again, this may work for something as simple as measuring the impact of car accidents. But when it comes to measuring mental and emotional well being, shouldn't we have a measure of the number of days in one's life that one fulfills the role one has written for one's self? How many days are we living the life of our dreams?

[He] had never even sought to make his mark in public affairs.

When major global organizations such as World Bank and World Health Organization have needed to study the impact of mental and emotional problems on society, they often use a measure that is called "days out of role." This method of measurement may work fairly well for, say, automobile accidents. One can come up with a number of days people harmed by automobile accidents are not fulfilling their chosen role of worker, parent, student, etc., and then give that a monetary value. However, as we now know, mental and emotional differences and difficulties are far more complex than a car accident. It is revealing that the ultimate definition of a mental and emotional problem by these international bodies is when you are not fulfilling your "role" in the great system of commerce that is a dominant force in the world today.

is Philosophy teaching by Experience.

the essence of innumerable Biographies.

It is not about examiners understanding. It is about showing a range of vocabulary. If you pack an essay with high level medical words, but the rest of your vocabulary is only average – the examiner will easily see you do NOT have a wide range of words. The examiner will see you are a doctor and your vocabulary is limited to medical English. This means your vocabulary score will not increase. You can’t cheat IELTS. You need to show a range of vocabulary from all topics – not only medical language. So, don’t full your essay with medical vocab – it won’t help.

This Hall of Tinville's is dark, ill-lighted except where she stands.

Silently she withdraws from it, to die."

we have two independent clauses — "Bob didn't mean to do it" and "he did it anyway" — connected by a comma and a coordinating conjunction ("but"). If the word "but" is missing from this sentence, the sentence would be called a comma splice: two independent clauses would be incorrectly connected, smooshed together, with only a comma between them. Furthermore, a long series of clauses of similar structure and length begins to feel monotonous, leading to what is called "Dick and Jane" or primer language (after the kind of prose that we find in first grade textbooks or "primers"). (See the section on for advice and exercises on combining sentences.) It would also be helpful at this time to review the section on .

Batson, trans.Foreword by Murray Rothbard and Introduction by Lionel Robbins not available online.

Foreword by Bettina Bien Greaves.

So you know those many young people being diagnosed "bipolar"? Well, they may want to know that many of them are also being diagnosed "psychotic," a particularly-offensive label that can stick to them for life.