1. Autonomy and Values: Why the Conventional Theory of Autonomy is Not Value-Neutral
  2. Brent M. Kious
  3. pp. 1-12
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  1. Paternalism, Autonomy, and the Good
  2. Daniel Moseley, Gary Gala
  3. pp. 13-16
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  1. Problems With Non-Naturalistic Accounts of Non-Voluntariness
  2. Christian Perring
  3. pp. 17-19
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  1. Autonomy, Judgment, and Theories of the Good
  2. Brent M. Kious
  3. pp. 21-24
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  1. What is Wrong with Addiction
  2. Jesse S. Summers
  3. pp. 25-40
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  1. “The Drugs Didn’t Mix”: On the Overvaluation of Misvaluation
  2. Benjamin R. Lewis
  3. pp. 41-43
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  1. Words, Worlds, and Addictions
  2. George Graham
  3. pp. 45-47
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  1. Addiction by Any Other Name
  2. Jesse S. Summers
  3. pp. 49-51
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  1. Evidence-based Medicine in Context: A Pragmatist Approach to Psychiatric Practice
  2. Jorid Moen
  3. pp. 53-62
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  1. Why Pragmatism Cannot Save Evidence-Based Psychiatry
  2. Mona Gupta
  3. pp. 63-65
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  1. Pragmatism and Evidence-Based Medicine: A Role for “Objectivity” and “Reality” in Our Vocabulary
  2. Peter Zachar
  3. pp. 67-70
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  1. The Controversy of Evidence-based Psychiatry: Pragmatism as a Framework for Dialogue Rather Than Confrontation
  2. Jorid Moen
  3. pp. 71-73
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  1. About the Authors
  2. pp. 75-76
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  1. Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology
  2. pp. 77-78
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