Suicide, Euthanasia and Common Sense

Krzysztof Marczewski

Abstract


The importance of neurolinguistic knowledge for modern medicine is difficult to overestimate. The analysis of language creation and evolution, perhaps music too, seems to be an excellent source of information about gene functioning mechanisms; however, the dialog between linguists and psychologists who have a humanistic background and biologists and physicians who come from the scientific circles encounters serious difficulties (Marcus, Rabagliati, 2006).


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