By John Hall
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The evidence suggests rather that perception of bodily activity and actual bodily activity are not very highly related. The significance of concepts of arousal and motivation lies not only in their linkage with the brain and nervous system but also in relation to stress, health and wellbeing. Man no longer lives in a jungle, but the 'emergency' services he has inherited still act as though he did; the signs of danger are not from predators but become conditioned to stimuli, events and people in the course of everyday interaction with the environment.
Clearly it would be unacceptable to force on people a treatment - smoking - that was thought might very well induce a fatal disease. Forcing people to give up a potentially dangerous habit is less of an ethical problem than a problem of practicability. It is doubtful whether sufficient control over other people's lives can be exerted outside a prison or similar institution. Animals have, however, been subjected to enforced smoking and a sufficient proportion have developed tumours to lend very powerful weight to the hypothesis that tobacco smoking is a primary causative agent in the development of lung cancer.
The decision of who is treated in this way has to be unrelated to any other relevant factor and a 22 Scientific method random decision is usually found to be the best way of achieving this. Ethical considerations make it unthinkable to carry out this experiment on human beings. Clearly it would be unacceptable to force on people a treatment - smoking - that was thought might very well induce a fatal disease. Forcing people to give up a potentially dangerous habit is less of an ethical problem than a problem of practicability.