From ancient times to the present day, mental illnesses have been shrouded in uncertainty and the mystery of the intangible. Advances in neuroscience, genetics, psychoanalysis, and other disciplines have brought certain clarity, but also more questions. This history of classical psychiatry is also a defense of the singularity of each human experience.
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About the Author
Walter Hugo Ghedin is an Argentine psychiatrist and psycho dramatist. He is the author of La vagina enlutada and Tipos que huyen, among other books and plays.