Nomothetic and idiographic methodology in psychiatry—A historical-philosophical analysis

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Keywords epistemology  history  idiographic  individual  natural sciences  nomothetic  psychology  psychopathology  science of general laws  science of specific events
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DOI 10.1023/A:1009973828786
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