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Philosophy and Psychiatry - Thomas Schramme

Philosophy and Psychiatry

By: Thomas Schramme (Editor), Johannes Thome (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 2004
ISBN: 9783110178005
Number Of Pages: 407
For Ages: 22+ years old

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Philosophy and psychiatry share many topics and problems. Scholars from both disciplines pursue together the philosophical debates emerging from the psychiatric perspective. The interdisciplinary contributions of this edition promote the development of a new "philosophical psychopathology".

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Introduction : the many potentials for philosophy of psychiatryp. 1
Thus spake Settembrini : a meta-dialogue on philosophy and psychiatryp. 27
Ten principles of values-based medicine (VBM)p. 50
The concept of psychiatric nosologyp. 83
The legacy of antipsychiatryp. 94
Archaic concepts for explaining disordersp. 120
The problem of universalism in psychiatryp. 131
Lacan and psychiatryp. 141
Methodological issues in psychiatry : psychiatry as an empirical sciencep. 157
Humanities and molecular psychiatryp. 176
The challenge of neuroscience : psychiatry and phenomenology todayp. 188
Diagnosis of core schizophrenia as an example of applied analytic phenomenologyp. 201
Can we know what others feel? : anthropological and epistemological considerations in emotional neurosciencep. 229
On time experience in depression - dominance of the pastp. 242
Rigidity : the strange preference for compulsionp. 257
Towards a psychiatric anthropology of addictionp. 270
Neurophilosophical perspectives on conservative compatibilismp. 283
Freedom of will, freedom of action and psychiatryp. 295
Why are identity disorders interesting for philosophers?p. 311
The influence of brain implants on personal identity and personality - a combined theoretical and empirical investigation in 'neuroethics'p. 326
Ethics as a focus of controversy in postmodern antagonismsp. 347
Compulsory admission and compulsory treatment in psychiatryp. 352
Coercive threats and offers in psychiatryp. 357
The moral economics of psychotherapyp. 370
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ISBN: 9783110178005
ISBN-10: 3110178001
Audience: General
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 407
Published: 2004
Publisher: De Gruyter
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.39
Weight (kg): 0.69