Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.5D2

[The Modern Slogan “addiction is a disease” totally distinguishes dispositions and conscience.

Addiction occurs when a disposition cannot be resisted.  One becomes physiologically dependent on a substance. But, just as importantly, one becomes psychologically dependent on a justifying attitude.

Moderns ignore consciencelacking.  This is why medical treatment alone rarely reforms dependency.  Any cure for addiction must alter both dispositions and conscience.]