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Means to apply them to each uniue patient in a manner that provides CertaintyThis Book Studies The book studies the of medical decision making systematically and rigorously in both an analytic and historical context addressing medicine's uniue need for certainty in the face of the enormous variety of diseases and in the manifestations of the same disease in in the face of the enormous variety of diseases and in the manifestations of the same disease in patients The book also examines how the social legal and economic circumstances in which medical decision making occurs greatly influence the nature of medical reasoning Medical Reasoning is essential for those at the intersection of healthcare and philosop. .

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Montgomery Jr offers a new and vital perspective He begins "with the idea that the need for certainty in medical decision making has been the primary driving "the idea that the need for certainty in medical decision making has been the primary driving in medical reasoning Doctors must routinely confront countless manifestations of symptoms diseases or behaviors in their patients Therefore either there reasoning Doctors must routinely confront countless manifestations of symptoms diseases or behaviors in their patients Therefore either there as many different diseases as there are patients or some economical set of principles and facts can be combined to explain each patient's disease The response to this epistemic conundrum has driven medicine throughout history the challenge is to discover principles and facts and then to develop.

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