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eBook The Mind and Its Discontents: An Essay in Discursive Psychiatry epub
  • ISBN: 0198523130
  • Author: Grant Gillett
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (July 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 445 pages
  • ePUB size: 1571 kb
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The mind and its discontents: An essay in discursive psychiatry. Oxford: Oxford Uni- versity Press. Philosophy, neuroscience, and the human soul. Hobson, J. and Leonard, J. 2001. Out of its mind: Psychiatry in crisis. Keller, . McCullough, J. Klein, D. Arnow, . Dunner, D. Gelenberg, . Markowitz, J. Nemeroff, C. Russell, J. Thase, M. Trivedi, M. and Zajecka, J. 2000.

Gillett, Grant (1999) The Mind and its Discontents: an Essay in Discursive Psychiatry, Oxford: Oxford University Press (ISBN 0 19 852313 0). xxi. How to use this book. 1972) What Computers Can’t Do: a Critique of Articial Reason, New. York: Harper & Row. Engel, S. (1999) Context is Everything: The Nature of Memory, New York: Freeman Fulford, . 1998) The Philosophical Basis of Ethics: Standards in Psychiatry, Preston: University of Lancaster Press. 1988) Explaining Science: a Cognitive Approach, Chicago: University of. Chicago Press. Gigenrenzer, G. and Goldstein, . 1996) ‘Mind as computer: birth of a meta

Grant Gillett argues that to understand mental illness fully requires more than a study of biological models of mental processes and pathologies.

Grant Gillett argues that to understand mental illness fully requires more than a study of biological models of mental processes and pathologies.

Grant Gillett argues that to understand mental illness fully requires more than a study of biological models of mental processes and pathologies.

Grant Gillett argues that to understand mental illness fully requires more than a study of biological models of mental processes and .

Grant Gillett argues that to understand mental illness fully requires more than a study of biological models of mental processes and pathologies. As intensely social animals, he argues, we need to look for the causes of human mental disorders in our interactions with others; in social rule-following and its role in the organization of mental content; in the power relations embedded within social structures and cultural norms; in the way that our mental life is inscribed by a cumulative life of encounters with others. Gillett uses material arising in the study of philosophy of mind, epistemology, post-modern continental philosophy, and philosophy of language to try to elucidate the nature of psychiatric phenomena involving disorders of thought, perception, emotion, moral sense, and action. Within this framework, a series of chapters analyse important psychiatric disorders such as depression, attention deficiency, autism, schizophrenia, and anorexia. Along the way, Gillett explores the nature of memory and identity; of hysteria and what constitutes rational behaviour; and of what causes us to label someone a psychopath or deviant. This fascinating book will provide readers with important insights into the causes and nature of psychosis. In addition, Gillett's arguments have considerable implications for the way in which we understand and treat people suffering from psychiatric disorders. The Mind and its Discontents will be read by researchers and postgraduate students in a range of academic areas, including psychiatry, bioethics, philosophy of mind, social theory, and clinical psychology. It will also be of considerable interest to practising psychiatrists.
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