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They were a distinctly diverse group, but they were lumped together by commentators and critics as the “sick comics”——as if their attempts to somehow personalize their material signaled mental derangement.The Trailblazing Women Who Changed the Face of Comedy | Shawn Levy | March 31, 2022 | Time
Given our current moment of apparent national derangement, when large areas of culture and politics seem to have slipped all tethers to reality, Pinker’s ambition to illuminate such a crucial topic offers the welcome prospect of a return to sanity.The power of rational thinking in a world that seems unreasonable | Nick Romeo | October 8, 2021 | Washington Post
A woman’s menstrual cycle alone could see her committed, suffering from “uterine derangement.”Declared Insane for Speaking Up: The Dark American History of Silencing Women Through Psychiatry | Kate Moore | June 22, 2021 | Time
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At some point in the early part of this century, America was treated to the concept of Bush derangement Syndrome.
The operative definition of political derangement began to shift from the minute these “syndromes” were first “diagnosed.”
And back in the second term of the Bush administration, Democrats afflicted by Bush derangement Syndrome pushed a similar scheme.
Arriving in Boston was like landing upon the bosom of serenity from the derangement of a war zone.Paul Theroux: The Day Boston Felt the World’s Pain | Paul Theroux | May 16, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
There have been twice as many Obama derangement Syndrome books as specimens of Bush derangement Syndrome.
By the term delicate is understood any chronic derangement of health.A Statistical Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of Epilepsy | Alexander Hughes Bennett
The coroner's inquest found that she had drowned herself while in a state of mental derangement.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
A derangement in my stomach which seemed of the bilious kind determined me to return to town in search of advice.Private Letters of Edward Gibbon (1753-1794) Volume 1 (of 2) | Edward Gibbon
It was comparatively easy to do this, for the derangement was not at all violent in its form.Margaret of Anjou | Jacob Abbott.
Moreover, against this high average of intelligence must be set an equally high average of mental derangement.Secret Societies And Subversive Movements | Nesta H. Webster
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