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The long time-span covered affords the reader views of the changing understanding of madness and the resultant policies towards it in the light of long-term developments such as secularization and industrialization. Volume 1 examines theories of madness and its treatment, both those of laymen and those of the emergent psychiatric profession, as well as looking at the experiences of mad people themselves.
Volume 2 examines the emergence of the modern lunatic asylum and judges how far it lived up to the hopes of the nineteenth century reformers. Essays on such subjects as psychiatry in the courtroom and the treatment of First World War shellshock victims dissect the historical dimensions of current notions of psychiatry as a means of social control.
Volume 3 brings together essays on nineteenth century psychiatry on various themes ranging from the architecture of asylums to social policy, from therapeutics to professionalization.
People and Ideas 1. Good Madness in Christendom 2. Descartes, dualism, and psychosomatic medicine 3. The nervous patient in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain: Darwin and the face of madness 7. Obsessional disorders during the nineteenth century: Degeneration and hereditarianism in French mental medicine 9.
Psychical research and psychiatry in late Victorian Britain: Contracting the disease of love: Bynum and Michael Neve.
Hamlet on the couch Volume 2: Institutions and Society 1. Moral treatment at the Retreat, 4. Quakers and the lunatic fringe 5. Locked up or put to bed: A slavish bowing down: Casting out and bringing back in Victorian England pauper lunatics, 8.
Social factors in the admission, discharge, and continuing stay of patients at Ticehurst Asylum, 9. Aspects of the history of psychiatry in Italy in the second half of the nineteenth century Murder under hypnosis in the case of Gabrielle Bompard: Shellshock and the psychologists Volume III: The Asylum and its Psychiatry 1.
Madness and the picturesque in the Kingdom of Denmark 2. Asylums in alien places: Between soma and psyche: Morselli and psychiatry in late-nineteenth-century Italy 5.Buy The Anatomy of Madness.
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This course explores the ways in which madness has been understood, treated and portrayed. It opens up debates concerning madness and its relation to ‘divine madness’ and inspiration in the Western tradition, and how these have continually recurred through history.
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The Anatomy of Madness Announces that for the nation's one million schizophrenics, extravagant delusions are as real as the perceptions of you and me.
The anatomy of madness: essays in the history of psychiatry, Vol Asylum and its psychiatry - Roy Porter, W. F. Bynum, Michael Shepherd X Book Read status Add note. Hess, Volker and Benoît Majerus, ‘Writing the History of Psychiatry in the 20th Century’, History of Psychiatry 22 (), Roy Porter and Michael Shepherd (eds) The Anatomy of Madness: Essays in the History of Psychiatry Volume 2 (London: Routledge, ), The Anatomy of Madness: Essays in the History of Psychiatry, 3 vols (Tavistock Publications, ) Digby, Anne, Madness, Morality and Medicine: A Study of the York Retreat, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).