Rachel Howard

@ShiPeiPu

there is still a role for emotionally articulate art that has something important to say about the poignancy and tragedy of the human condition

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Szasz first presented his attack on "mental illness" as a legal term in 1958 in the Columbia Law Review. In his article he argued that mental illness was no more a fact bearing on a suspect's guilt than is possession by the devil.[6]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLSf43SXEp4&feature=fvst

Szasz first presented his attack on "mental illness" as a legal term in 1958 in the Columbia Law Review. In his article he argued that mental illness was no more a fact bearing on a suspect's guilt than is possession by the devil.[6]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLSf43SXEp4&feature=fvst

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Szasz first presented his attack on "mental illness" as a legal term in 1958 in the Columbia Law Review. In his article he argued that mental illness was no more a fact bearing on a suspect's guilt than is possession by the devil.[6]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLSf43SXEp4&feature=fvst

Szasz first presented his attack on "mental illness" as a legal term in 1958 in the Columbia Law Review. In his article he argued that mental illness was no more a fact bearing on a suspect's guilt than is possession by the devil.[6]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLSf43SXEp4&feature=fvst

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