This Multidisciplinary Collection Explores Three Key Concepts Underpinning Psychiatry Explanation, Phenomenology, And Nosology And Their Continuing Relevance In An Age Of Neuroimaging And Genetic Analysis.An Introduction By Kenneth S Kendler Lays Out The Philosophical Grounding Of Psychiatric Practice The First Section Addresses The Concept Of Explanation, From The Difficulties In Describing Complex Behavior To The Categorization Of Psychological And Biological Causality In The Second Section, Contributors Discuss Experience, Including The Complex And Vexing Issue Of How Self Agency And Free Will Affect Mental Health The Third And Final Section Examines The Organizational Difficulties In Psychiatric Nosology And The Instability Of The Existing Diagnostic System Each Chapter Has Both An Introduction By The Editors And A Concluding Comment By Another Of The Book S Contributors.Contributors John Campbell, Ph.D Thomas Fuchs, M.D., Ph.D Shaun Gallagher, Ph.D Kenneth S Kendler, M.D Sandra D Mitchell, Ph.D Dominic P Murphy, Ph.D Josef Parnas, M.D., Dr.Med.Sci Louis A Sass, Ph.D Kenneth F Schaffner, M.D., Ph.D James F Woodward, Ph.D Peter Zachar, Ph.D.
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- 424 pages
- Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry: Explanation, Phenomenology, and Nosology
- Kenneth S. Kendler
- 05 November 2018 Kenneth S. Kendler