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Book Review : Quote ‘The belief that antidepressants can cure depression chemically is wrong’ :Irving Kirsch

by Richard House on February 28, 2010

A review of Irving Kirsch, The Emperor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth, The Bodley Head, London, 2009, xii + 226 pp, ISBN 978-1-847-92083-6, price £11.99 Irving Kirsch:  ‘The belief (…)

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Does rule through regulatory systems give protection from murderers? – No

by Julia Evans on November 6, 2009

From:             Julia Evans Subject:         Does rule through systems give protection from murderers? – No Date: 6 November 2009 16:52:23 GMT To:      regx2 Reading only re:  American Army (…)

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More on the effects of using this government’s top-down power – Systems used to blame not re-calibrate and prevent (Child care) & the principles underlying Government action

by Julia Evans on November 5, 2009

From:             Julia Evans Subject:         Guardian article:  More on the effects of using this government’s top-down power – Systems used to blame not re-calibrate and prevent (Child care) Date: (…)

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Fit to Practice? The Experience of State Registration from the perspective of an art therapist

by Kevin Jones on October 9, 2009

Art therapy as a profession has never critically reflected upon the effects of state regulation on its teaching and practice. There is  no evidence that state regulation has improved either (…)

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Wellbeing & Happiness as used by the UK Government

by Julia Evans on May 7, 2007

Introduction   Wellbeing and happiness are two words, constructions, or concepts in use by Government in changing the practice of all health professionals. This paper has three sections: first it (…)

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The Perverse Effects of EBM and the Remedies that Psychoanalysis Brings : 2nd February 2006 (Paris) : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on February 2, 2006

Paris Calling No. 6b As was mentioned in the report published in Paris Calling No. 6, during the 2 February 2006* afternoon session of the Déprime-Dépression Colloquium dedicated to ‘Depression, (…)

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‘another example of the modern disease of compulsive risk assessment psychosis – otherwise known as crap’ Prof John Adams

by Julia Evans on November 4, 2005

I circulate this (February 2012), which was found lurking within my computer, for the following reasons: 1) It shows proof of my claim to have been grappling with these problems: (…)

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How we inform the People : 14th March 2005 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on March 14, 2005

Published in French by Agence Lacanienne de Presse: New Series no 36: 14 March 2005 Published in English in Lacanian Praxis: International Quarterly of Applied Psychoanalysis, No 1, May 2005 (…)

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A Fantasy : August 2004 (Comandatuba-Bahia, Brazil) : Jacques-Alain Miller

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2004

Lecture given at the IVth Congress of the World Association of Psychoanalysis in Comandatuba-Bahia, Brazil, in August 2004. Original French text established by Monique Kusnierek and published as “Une fantasie” (…)

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The ‘TRUTH’ of Kant’s moral law : Fantasy and the Limits of Enjoyment

by Jean-Louis Gault on October 1, 2003

A commentary on Jacques Lacan’s ‘Kant with Sade’ I am very glad to be back here in London and want to thank you for being here with me, on this (…)

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