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The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct [Paperback]

Thomas S. Szasz
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Since the modern concept of hysteria was cut from the cloth of malingering, and since the physician most responsible for establishing "hysteria" as a medically legitimate illness was Charcot, I shall start with an examination of his work; and I shall then trace the development of the concept of hysteria to the present time. Read the first page
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