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From the Publisher"This is a fascinating and provocative book. It challenges the idea of the medical model of psychiatry and raises some interesting questions about the practice of modern psychiatry."
--Doody's Review Service
"The book ranges through philosophy, science, historical perspectives on modernism and postmodernism, Dilthey's concept of hermeneutics, and the unconscious as a factor in subjugation as well as the topics of liberations, economics, and multiculturalism....[I am] sympathetic to [this book's] ideals and admire its breath and sophistication."
"An excellent series of essays which I enjoyed reading and will pass on to my students."