Philosophy Books for Psychiatric Practice


  • Hane Maung Lancaster University



Philosophy, Books, Psychiatry, Clinical Practice


Anjum RL, Copeland S, Rocca E. Why is philosophy relevant for clinical practice? In Anjum RL, Copeland S, Rocca E, editors. Rethinking causality, complexity, and evidence for the unique patient. Dordrecht: Springer; 2020. pp. 3–11.
Bolton D. What is mental disorder? An essay in philosophy, science, and values. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2008.
Brison S. Aftermath: Violence and the remaking of a self. Princeton: Princeton University Press; 2003.
Cooper R. Classifying madness: A philosophical examination of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Dordrecht: Springer; 2005.
Cooper R. Psychiatry and philosophy of science. Stocksfield: Acumen; 2007
De Haan S. Enactive psychiatry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2020.
Elliott C. A philosophical disease: Bioethics, culture, and identity. London: Routledge; 1999.
Glover J. Alien landscapes? Interpreting disorder minds. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press; 2014.
Maiese M. Embodies selves and divided minds. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2015.
Malatino H. Trans care. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; 2020.
Murphy D. Psychiatry in the scientific image. Cambridge MA: MIT Press; 2006.
Potter NN. Mapping the edges and the in-between: A critical analysis of borderline personality disorder. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2009.
Ratcliffe M. Experiences of depression. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2014.
Thornton T. Essential philosophy of psychiatry. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2007.
Zachar P. A metaphysics of psychopathology. Cambridge MA: MIT Press; 2014.

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Maung, H. (2022). Philosophy Books for Psychiatric Practice. Archivos De Neurociencias, 27(4).



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