Philosopher Elizabeth Barnes proposes a value-neutral model of disability
An interesting and important book on political economy and serious mental illness.
Notes on an article by Joseph Stramondo.
N. Ann Davis presents a philosophical and sociological exploration of the concept of disability.
This philosophical and ethical analysis of BPD challenges reductive assumptions that are commonly held in the clinical practice of this disorder.
This book has a positive historical role in repositioning the patient’s lived experience right back at the heart of discussions about what it is to have schizophrenia.
John Russon draws on concepts from European Continental Philosophy to argue that neurosis is fundamental to the human condition itself.