Mental health is arguably the most important determinant of living a fulfilling life.
This 54-page paper presents a new social science within which all human characteristics and outputs are accounted for. When applied to society, the science provides the foundation of a complete social ideology enabling a future society better than our current society.
This paper argues that the correct science of people is dualism, not monism. That is, the mind is separate from the brain, and it is the mind that is the primary causal factor in creation of human psychic states. It follows that management of psychic states involves management of mind, not of the brain. This change in the applied science, from monism to dualism, changes all aspects of mental health policy and practice, and without this change, policy on mental health will remain confused and ineffective with constantly rising demand for increased expenditure. There is only one external world, our problem is to understand it then manage it via the understanding.
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