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Résumé : Psychiatry has never been able to satisfactorily respond to the delicate question of differential diagnosis, both in theory as well as in practice, which creates a more fundamental question: what about the discrimination between normality and pathology (e.g. Canguilhem, 1972; Duyckarts, 1964; Wakefield, 2007)? Patient's subjectivity will add some complexity to this concern, as attempts to standardize such diagnosis tools have been made.