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Self-belief : holistic psychiatry in a secular age. Commentary on... Holistic psychiatry without the whole self.

Cook, C.C.H. (2012) 'Self-belief : holistic psychiatry in a secular age. Commentary on... Holistic psychiatry without the whole self.', The psychiatrist., 36 (3). 101-103 .

Abstract

Charles Taylor provides important philosophical accounts of what it means to be a ‘self’ in a secular age. Psychiatry has not traditionally concerned itself with other than limited accounts of the concept of the self but Taylor’s work sheds a revealing light on the challenges to be met by aspirations to an holistic practice of psychiatry in our secular age.

Item Type:Article
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1192/pb.bp.111.037929
Record Created:05 Sep 2012 16:35
Last Modified:11 Sep 2012 14:52

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