Going by the evidence.Still going on nothing more than because you say so? Good.
I see you are still using Wikipedia. Psychiatric assessments treat suicidal and homicidal ideation the same way. For the same reason that a person contemplating suicide is not mentally healthy, so to is someone who is contemplating murder.I see reading comprehension really hasn't caught up yet.
Here is a typical assessment form.
In the same way that someone who is suicidal is mentally ill. Oh hey look, you linked to wikipedia again.First it's a mental illness, when you were called on that, it became a symptom, now it's back to being a disorder. It's almost like you have no clue what it is you're discussing and you're just making it up as you go. Here, I'll let you read it again:
Wikipedia isn't my source, Hatuey, it's yours. My source is the ICD-10.It doesn't matter how much you try and deny it jmotivator, it's not a mental illness. It can be caused by it, but not necessarily. The fact that you're still claiming what your own source denies is absolutely hilarious.
I'm still standing by my evaluation based on the evidence.Still pretending that your opinion on his views make him mentally ill? Good.
No, it's exactly like calling you out of being a hypocrite.It's almost like you made up some weird claim that I was calling into question your use of wikipedia, and not your selective quoting skills. Spare me your emotions.