Debunking Antipsychiatry: Laing, Law, and Largactil

@article{Szasz2008DebunkingAL,
  title={Debunking Antipsychiatry: Laing, Law, and Largactil},
  author={T. Szasz},
  journal={Current Psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={79-101}
}
  • T. Szasz
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Current Psychology
The term “psychiatry” refers to two radically different ideas and practices: curing–healing “souls” and coercing–controlling persons. It is important that critics of psychiatry clarify whether they object to the former or the latter or both, and why. Because I believe coerced psychiatric relations are like coerced labor relations called “slavery,” and like coerced sexual relations called “rape,” I spent the better part of my professional life criticizing involuntary-institutional psychiatry and… Expand
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