"The essays as a whole are incisive and rigorous analyses that offer a fresh perspective, revealing that there is much to be considered in what for many of us in the mental health profession has become a matter of routine.... In summary, this is a challenging and fascinating work." --The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
"An excellent collection from thinkers in countries long steeped in philosophy, this book offers insight and intellectual challenge giving a broader context to the work we do with persons who experience mental suffering."--Doody's
About the Author
Bill Fulford is in the Department of Philosophy and Mental Health, University of Warwick, UK. Katherine Morris is at Department of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK. John Sadler is in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas. Giovanni Stanghellini is in the Department of Mental Health, University of Florence.