Cross-Cultural Relevance of the Third Revolution in Psychiatry

Dialogues in Philosophy, Mental and Neuro Sciences 3 (1):21-22 (2010)
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Fulford’s and Stanghellini’s concise and rich article is a mission-statement of an in- fluential direction in what they call the “third revolution” in late twentieth-century psychiatry. Values-based practice finds its intellectual mooring in phenomenology and analytic philosophy and is geared to handle the “complex and confl icting values” that are part of clinical decision-making.

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Mohammed Rashed
Birkbeck College


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