Volume 4: No. 2/2020

Philosophy and Psychiatry: Values, Subjectivity, and Expertise

Table of Contents

Editorial

Louis SassSerious Dilettantism: Reflections on an Impossible Profession (1-5)

Thematic Section

Marek Hetmański Expertise and Expert Knowledge in Social and Procedural Entanglement (6-22)
K.W.M. (Bill) Fulford, Colin King, Anna BergqvistHall of Mirrors: Toward an Open Society of Mental Health Stakeholders in Safeguarding against Psychiatric Abuse (23-38)
Raymond CacciatoreUnderstanding Obstacles in Psychiatric Research: An Analysis of the Structure of Mood via Merleau-Ponty (39-51)
Martina MauriDis-chronic Experience of No-thing: Existential Analysis of Freud’s and Heidegger’s Concept of Anxiety (52-69)
Michael FrenchDeath Awaits Me: An Existential Phenomenology of Suicide (70-89)
Krzysztof SkoniecznyThree Spheres of Catatonia in the Works of Gilles Deleuze (90-101)
Dorothée LegrandTestimony of Death: From Extermination Camps to Clinical Practice: A Discussion with Winnicott, Blanchot and Derrida (102-113)

Forum

Myron Moses JacksonOn the Power of Cultural Adoption Through Integral Fakes and Reunification (114—127)
Adam LipszycAffect Unchained: Violence, Voyeurism and Affection in the Art of Quentin Tarantino (128-138)

Discussion Papers, Comments, Book Reviews

Zofia RosińskaThe Status of Experts in Psychiatry (139-141)
Harry C. Boyte, Marie-Louise StrömAgency in an AI Avalanche: Education for Citizen Empowerment (142-161)
John R. ShookAnimal Polis, or, Why Ethics Cannot Rule Politics (162-165)
Robin FriedmanHow to Move Beyond Rorty?  (166-176)

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