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Since the eighteenth century a mechanistic way of thinking has prevailed in the scientific method which has led to a mechanical approach to the whole problem of health and disease. g. a single type of bacterium causing an infectious disease. 6 When this model appeared to be rather superficial, medical scientists formulated a new theory that tended to explain disease as the result of a defect in cellular and molecular functioning. This defect was believed to be caused by an external agent or by a fault in the intrinsic machinery of the cell or in the structure of the molecule.
Engel is even more comprehensive. " 8 All these models appear to be rather simplistic, impractical and inadequate in their conception and scope, especially when health and disease are viewed from a broader perspective. Almost all of them seem to have been born out of efforts to justify "fashionable" medical practices rather than to postulate a priori a theoretical rationale on which medical thinking and practices could be based. Besides this, the problem of defining health and disease has not been solved, and this is perhaps due to the mechanical and oversimplified concept behind these approaches.
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A New Model for Health and Disease by George Vithoulkas