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Andrea Weisberger
University of North Florida
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The author raises the ethical problem of the widespread use of drugs such as Prozac, among individuals with normal mental disorders, such as nostalgia or discomfort. Referring to the work of practitioner P. Kramer, the author shows that Prozac is a psychiatric tool allowing individuals to better integrate into a society increasingly medicalized
Keywords philosophy of psychology  prozac  applied ethics
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ISBN(s) 0739-098X
DOI 10.5840/ijap199510115
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