The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct

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Hoeber-Harper, 1961 - Psychiatry - 337 pages
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According to this book The Brain and all diseases attributed and labelled as mental are nothing more than a result of the genetic neurological system inherited from inception. Each persons ... Read full review

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Szasz, a psychiatrist and academic of considerable reputation, here argues that much of what passes as mental illness and its treatment is a fraud perpetrated on the public. His thesis is that people ... Read full review

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Charcots contribution to the problem of hysteria
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the logic of classification and the problem
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