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Madness and democracy: the modern psychiatric universe

Author: Gauchet, Marcel ; Swain, Gladys Series: New French thought Publisher: Princeton University Press, 1999.Language: EnglishDescription: 323 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0691033722Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Print RC504 .G38 1999
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The Modern Psychiatric Universe Contents Madness and Democracy Foreword by Jerrold Seigel Editor's Note Introduction vii xxvii 3 19 Abstract I: The Moment of Origin Part One: ADVENT, APOTHEOSIS, AND FAILURE OF THE ASYLUM-ESTABLISHMENT Abstract II CHAPTER 23 I La Salpêtrière, or The Double Birth of the Asylum 25 CHAPTER II The Politics of the Asylum III Impossible Power IV A Socializing Machine 49 CHAPTER 84 CHAPTER 100 45 45 Abstract III: Crisis, Agony, and Repetition Abstract IV: Esquirol at La Salpêtrière Part Two: THE PASSIONS AS A SKETCH OF A GENERAL THEORY OF MENTAL ALIENATION vi CONTENTS Abstract V: Esqirol in 1805 Abstract VI: The Clinical Resolution Abstract VII: Between the Will to Madness and Brain Lesions Abstract VIII: What the Passions Make It Possible to Think (Beginning) CHAPTER 149 149 149 150 V What the Passions Make It Possible to Think 151 CHAPTER VI Reducing Insanity: The Mirror of Alterity 163 Abstract IX:: Approaches to Healing; How to Speak to the Insane CHAPTER 167 VII The Society of Individuals and the Institution of Speech VIII The Conquest of Dissymmetry IX Openings and Aporia of Moral Treatment 169 CHAPTER 194 CHAPTER 230 EPILOGUE: Social Divide, Division of the Subject, Mad Rupture 255 283 311 Notes List of Works Cited Index 317

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