None of us are perfect, therefore there's something flawed about all of our thinking. There is a point where it becomes a problem for society, and a point where it becomes a problem for the individual, and these points rarely coincide I think, except when there's been a sucessful effort made to make them. I'm not sure these deeper flaws should be medicalized, let alone medicated. Perhaps they're more of a philosophical problem. Yes, we can observe the brain now, see that it behaves abnormally, but can we see what makes it do so? Can we know that anything we are seeing is a cause and not a effect? There's a quote from somewhere which seems relevant, along the lines that if our brains were simple enough for us to understand, we wouldn't be bright enough to understand them. And of course there is a distinction between high intelligence gone haywire, and the inability to achieve a high level of thought in the first place. I've run out of rambling for now...that really is all I'm doing, I don't understand any of this. The problem is that I don't think anyone does, and there's a lot of people pretending they do.