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This experience, as distinct from the painful sensation, implies a uniquely human
performance called suffering.2 Medical civilization, however, tends to turn pain
into a technical matter and thereby deprives suffering of its inherent personal ...
The cultural setting not only provides the grammar and technique, the myths and
examples used in its characteristic "craft of suffering well," but also the
instructions on how to integrate this repertoire. The medicalization of pain, on the
This raised threshold of physiologically mediated experience, which is
characteristic of a medicalized society, makes it extremely difficult today to
recognize in the capacity for suffering a possible symptom of health. The
reminder that suffering ...
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