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Mainspring of Psychiatric Revolution - Review of Andrew Lakoff, Pharmaceutical reason: Knowledge and value in global psychiatry. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 September 2008

Philippe Pignarre
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Les Empêcheurs de Penser en Rond, Èditions La Découverte, 9 bis rue Abel-Hovelacque, 75013 Paris, France E-mail: p.pignarre@editionsladecouverte.com
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