Towards A Pre-Modern Psychiatry

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9781137286215
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
221
Autor:
J. Booth
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PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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The author applies modified versions of pre-modern philosophy (including Aristotle and Aquinas) to psychiatry, arguing that the work of the Aristotelian philosopher, Christian and former Marxist, Alasdair MacIntyre is ideally placed to bring about a transformation of psychiatry from its current captivity to the modern scientific technical paradigm.
Contents List of Abbreviations in References List of Illustrations Declaration Acknowledgements 1. An Outline of the Problem 2. Why Macintyre`s Philosophy Can Address This Situation 3. The Contemporary Aristotelian Museum as a Way of 'Re-Seeing' Knowledge 4. How 'The Many' Can Be Authoritative. 'The Many' Start to Contribute to the Practice 5. Macintyre`S Original Model Adjusted to Take Account of Patiency and Dissent 6. Psychiatric Medicine: Performing Tradition-Constituted Enquiry on the Tradition of the Psychiatrists 7. Collective Advocacy: The Mentally Ill Start to Contribute to a Practice 8. Using Irigaray's Philosophy to Overcome the Technical Paradigm in Psychotherapy 9. Psychiatry as a Nurturing Practice 10. Conclusions Bibliography Index
The author applies modified versions of pre-modern philosophy (including Aristotle and Aquinas) to psychiatry, arguing that the work of the Aristotelian philosopher, Christian and former Marxist, Alasdair MacIntyre is ideally placed to bring about a transformation of psychiatry from its current captivity to the modern scientific technical paradigm.

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