Response to: comments on psychiatry and the control of dangerousness: on the apotropaic function of the term "mental illness"

Journal of Medical Ethics 29 (4):237-237 (2003)
I appreciate Professor Boyd’s offer to respond to the respondents of my essay, as it gives me an opportunity to thank them for their carefully considered comments.1–3In The Subjection of Women, John Stuart Mill sought to clarify the traditional subjection of women to men by comparing the institution of marriage with the …
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