In "Phaedro", it seems that Socrates argues that love is a form of divine madness. He then claims that lots of divine things are committed by those who are "not in their right mind ". He also states that something is good if it is divine. Was Socrates then arguing that all forms of madness are good or only some forms of madness, and that only some forms of madness are divine, such as love? Would schizophrenia, for example, be considered divine and hence good by Socrates?
How did Socrates define what forms of madness are good and which aren't?