Albeit thought, within our Western framework, as being completely natural", the perception and meaning of pain vary greatly among different cultures and there is no "physiological universality" of it. Different ways of experiencing, and coping with, pain can be met in different cultures, widely different from our own: pain can be a symptom; a threshold; and even a mean.

Antropologia del dolore.

GUERCI, ANTONIO;CONSIGLIERE, STEFANIA
2013

Abstract

Albeit thought, within our Western framework, as being completely natural", the perception and meaning of pain vary greatly among different cultures and there is no "physiological universality" of it. Different ways of experiencing, and coping with, pain can be met in different cultures, widely different from our own: pain can be a symptom; a threshold; and even a mean.
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