Sunday, November 30, 2014

The Catalog That Induced My Attendance at UBCNM 1998:

This is my scan of the 1997 University of Bridgeport graduate catalog's page 062 that QUITE FALSELY states that the principles of naturopathy survive scientific scrutiny:
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It states: 

"naturopathic medicine is distinguished by the principles upon which its practice is based. The principles are continually reexamined in light of scientific advances."

Yet, directly written underneath is the central principle of naturopathy, "vis medicatrix naturae", which is their coding for the in-fact profoundly scientifically-ejected premise of vitalism.

I still own this paper-based catalog that was sent to me by UB by way of the USPS.

So, in sum, by claiming something is what it isn't, the foundation of naturopathy is irrationality and falsehood:

the naturopathillogical!
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