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RC458.M454 2006
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TITLE: The mind has mountains : reflections on society and psychiatry / Paul R. McHugh.
AUTHOR: McHugh, Paul R. (Paul Rodney), 1931-
PUBLISHED: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.
DESCRIPTION: xvi, 249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.
NOTES: Psychiatric misadventures -- Psychotherapy awry -- What's the story? -- How psychiatry lost its way -- Romancing depression -- The Kevorkian epidemic -- Dying made easy -- Annihilating Terri Schiavo -- Hippocrates a la mode -- The death of Freud and the rebirth of psychiatry -- The end of a delusion: the psychiatric memory wars are over -- Dissociative identity disorder is a socially constructed artifact -- Genius in a time, place, and person: foreword to Karl Jasper's General psychopathology, volume I -- William Osler and the new psychiatry -- Psychiatry and its scientific relatives: "a little more than kin and less than kind" -- A structure for psychiatry at the century's turn: the view from Johns Hopkins -- Treating the mind as well as the brain -- Two perspectives on consciousness -- Another psychiatrist's Shakespeare -- Surgical sex -- No veterinarian to "the naked ape" -- Zygote and "clonote": the ethical use of embryonic stem cells
NOTES: - A psychiatrist looks at terrorism.
SUBJECT: Psychiatry.--Psychiatry
SUBJECT: Philosophy.--Psychiatry
SUBJECT: Collected Works.--Mental Disorders
SUBJECT: Collected Works.--Philosophy, Medical
SUBJECT: Collected Works.--Psychological Theory

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