There is something odd about schizophrenia, that many probably wouldn’t expect.
But in a very large sense, hallucinations themselves don’t make it that much easier to comprehend other schizophrenics.
In other words, when listening to a schizophrenic speak, my mind largely goes through the same motions as any sane person when considering the thoughts and words of another madman.
How does this make sense? I don’t see how to believe that. I don’t quite get what you mean.
Except there is maybe one small difference. I can relate to, see how, and empathize with, how people upon seeing that world, that strange world, that foreign perception, form thoughts and conclusions upon it.
So it makes sense to me the conclusions that they would draw from seeing and hearing what others don’t see or hear, but without seeing or hearing what they say specifically, like any other, I myself cannot completely comprehend how they arrived where they arrived, and why they arrived there.
Nevertheless, given their experience, I’m convinced there is a logic to it, a sense to their reasoning, not much different from what any other would make.