Making Kraepelin history: a great instauration?

@article{Engstrom2007MakingKH,
  title={Making Kraepelin history: a great instauration?},
  author={Eric J. Engstrom and Matthias M. Weber},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={18},
  pages={267 - 273}
}
This introduction surveys the literature on Kraepelin's legacy and assesses efforts on the part of neo-Kraepelinians to install him as a new, post-Freudian `father' of clinical psychiatry. It argues that in contemporary discourse Kraepelin has become a touchstone of professional loyalties and that he is put to use in the strategic organization and apportionment of disciplinary resources, power and knowledge. 
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