Volume 10, Number 3, September 2003

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology

Previous Issue Next Issue

Moral Tourists and World Travelers: Some Epistemological Issues in Understanding Patients' Worlds

pp. 209-223
|

Commentaries

Travelers in the Land of Sickness

pp. 225-226
|

World Traveling as a Clinical Methodology for Psychiatric Care

pp. 227-231
|

What If There are Limits to Understanding?

pp. 233-235
|

The Mean for Understanding and Connection in the Clinical Context

pp. 237-241
|

Feature Article

The Likeness Argument and the Reality of Mental Illness

pp. 243-254
|

Commentaries

Illnesses and Likenesses

pp. 255-259
|

Contingency, Arbitrariness, and Failure

pp. 261-264
|

Definition Is Limited and Values Inescapable

pp. 265-266
|

Likening Strikes Twice: Psychiatry, Osteopathy, and the Likeness Argument

pp. 267-271
|

The Likeness Argument: Reminders, Roles, and Reasons for Use

pp. 273-275
|

Key Concepts: Endophenotypes

pp. 277-284
|

About the Authors

About the Authors

pp. 285-286
|

Concurrent Contents

Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology

pp. 287-288
|

International News and Notes

International News and Notes

pp. 289-294
|