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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."