Historical Views on Psychiatry for the Person

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Jean Garrabé
Paul Hoff


The history of psychiatric medicine is punctuated with what can be considered to be breakthrough moments, times at which an individual speaks out against the shameful way in which his or her society treats the insane or mentally ill and stresses that they are first and foremost human beings.

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Special Section: Conceptual Bases of Psychiatry for the Person