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By Gilles Deleuze

The essays accumulated the following testify to Deleuze's primary conviction that philosophy can't be undertaken independently of technological know-how and paintings. As usually in his writing, the names of philosophers resembling Plato, Spinoza, Kant, and Nietzsche seem beside these of literary figures together with Melville, Whitman, and D.H. Lawrence. Deleuze's ambition to dismantle the limitations among artwork and its adjoining domain names is brilliantly discovered the following .

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On the other hand, multicenter trials may require the use of multiple standards and quality control.

Most placebo-controlled trials are also double blind, so that neither the participants nor the physician, investigator, or evaluator knows who is assigned to the placebo group and who will receive the experimental intervention. Placebo-controlled trials also allow a distinction between adverse events due to the intervention and those due to the underlying disease or other potential interference, if they occur sufficiently frequently to be detected with the available sample size. It is generally accepted that a placebo-controlled trial would not be ethical if an established, effective treatment that is known to prevent serious harm, such as death or irreversible injury, is available for the condition being studied (World Medical Association, 1964).

Active treatment-controlled trials can take two forms: a superiority trial, in which the new drug is evaluated to determine if it is superior to the active control, and an equivalence trial (a noninferiority trial), in which the new drug is tested to determine if it is equivalent to but not inferior to the active control (Hauck and Anderson, 1999). Equivalence trials are designed to show that the new intervention is as effective or nearly as effective as the established effective treatment. For diseases for which an established, effective treatment is available and in use, a common design randomizes participants to receive either an experimental intervention or the established, effective treatment.

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