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in our awareness the social situation in which those who suffer find themselves.
The character of the society shapes to some degree the personality of those who
surfer and thus determines the way they experience their own physical aches ...
The duty to suffer in their guise distracts attention from otherwise all-absorbing
sensation and challenges the sufferer to bear torture with dignity. The cultural
setting not only provides the grammar and technique, the myths and examples
Ultimately, the management of pain might substitute a new kind of horror for
suffering: the experience of artificial painlessness. Lifton describes the impact of
mass death on survivors by studying people who had been close to ground zero
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