Into the Mind of the


April 17, 2019

I have on my bookshelf a 300-page book devoted entirely to 1-size-fits-all dose finding—a practice that any sensible layperson sees immediately as utterly wrongheaded. When a whole academic field grows up around so obviously bad an idea, this presents us with a problematic phenomenon demanding intellectually serious investigation.

Elsewhere I’ve called this phenomenon #OneSizeFitsAllipsism (rhymes with solipsism), which hints at the fuller picture I would convey in an hourlong lecture. But in this 8-minute video, I present one, immediately useful facet of my larger explanation. In doing this, I set the stage for a follow-up video, where I’ll introduce a contrasting mentality, and show how it opens the door to dose individualization.