There seems to be personality traits unique to philosophers(i.e questioning everything, always trying to get the big picture, ignoring common sense etc...) I was wondering if you guys think a philosopher would fit in among medical students and if there are some amongst you who are also suffering from pathological thinking, aka - philosophy. I do very well in my philosophy classes and i considered a career in psychotherapy or philosophy but found them to not be worth the effort(i.e low pay after long years etc..) I consider respect/usefulness/money/reliability to be important so the next thing i looked at was medicine. I do not believe in "doing what you like" and "don't go for money". I think that such concepts are naive utaliterian principles . No job is fun but some are interesting. I guess this post is a mixed bowl but i would love to see some comments. Thanks!