Principle 60: Idiofification

Idiofification is the delusion that a state is an idea.  The subject of idiofification is very complex.  Incorrect instruction on the subject of idiofification can be harmful.  Idiofification is a form of reverse hypostatization; that is, the construing of a real existent to be a conceptual entity (taking a non-idea to be an idea).

Principle 49: Behavioral Scientists

Behavioral scientists, which include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, and psychoanalysts, among others, are not really scientists.  This is because they build on probabilities, not certainties.  In other words, they make judgments based on what occurs most of the time, not on what occurs all of the time.  Therefore, you cannot take their conclusions as gospel (infallible truth).