|Statement||by Edgar Sheppard|
|Contributions||Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sheppard, Edgar. Lectures on madness in its medical, legal, and social aspects. Get this from a library! Lectures on madness in its medical, legal, and social aspects. [Edgar Sheppard]. FULL TEXT Journal: Edinburgh medical journal[/04] Lectures on Madness in Its Medical, Legal, and Social Aspects. (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations Edinb Med J. Apr; 19(10): – PMCID: PMC Lectures on Madness in Its Medical, Legal, and Social Aspects. In this book, Lynn Gamwell and Nancy Tomes explore the historical roots of Americans' understanding of madness today. Drawing on a rich array of sources, the authors interweave the perceptions of medical practitioners, the mentally ill and their families, and journalists, poets, novelists, and s: 9.
Madness and its institutions. By Roy Porter; Psychiatry is thus essentially a form of social control, a masked and medicalized mechanism of punishment. those people suffering from serious mental disturbance have been subjected to compulsory and coercive medical treatment, usually under conditions of confinement and forfeiture of civil. because it was implicated in the medical, legal, theological, political, and social aspects of the reconceptualization of the human. Gradually madness, and hence sanity, began to be secularized, medicalized, psychologized, and (at least in representation) gendered. In the Middle Ages, madness . In A First-Rate Madness, Nassir Ghaemi, director of the Mood Disorders Program at Tufts Medical Center, offers a myth-shattering exploration of the powerful connections between mental illness and leadership and sets forth a controversial, compelling thesis: The very qualities that mark those with mood disorders also make for the best leaders in Reviews: The relation posited here between justice and madness stems at least partly from Derrida’s earlier debate with Foucault on the question of madness. 1 In Derrida’s lecture ‘Cogito and the history of madness’ (WD 31–63), which likewise includes a reference to the above-mentioned passage from Kierkegaard, he provides a detailed.
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