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The birth of psychiatry

completed exclusion or failed inclusion?

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The birth of psychiatry

completed exclusion or failed inclusion?

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Michel Foucault’s analysis of psychiatry´s birth around 1800 is well known. The French philosopherreversed the myth of PhilippePinel and William Tuke asliberatorsof the mad in the New Era after the French revolution: instead of a starting liberation we should consider it a completed elimination. The exclusion of madness from the realm of Reason is fulfilled. Insanity is silenced. From this moment on ‘the life of un­reason no longer manifests itself except in the lightning­flash of works such as those of Hölderlin, of Nerval, of Nietzsche,or of Artaud’, Foucault writes. And: ‘Sade's calm, patient language also gathers up the final words of unreason and also gives them, for the future, a remoter meaning.’

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OrganisatieDe Haagse Hogeschool
LectoraatLectoraat Filosofie en Beroepspraktijk
Datum2018-11
TypeConferentiebijdrage
TaalEngels

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