Gustavo Cetlin – Case by Case – Approaching the Subject of Drug Abuse in Times of Over-Consumption

THE LETTER 54 Autumn 2013, pages 73-80. The article argues that once nurtured by language, the human subject is removed from the condition of a natural existence where every instinct is matched to an external object; instead he is driven … Continue reading

Eadbhard O’Callaghan & Nicolas Ramperti – Was Bleuler Right? — or the Perils of Procrastination

Issue 40 (Spring 2009) Pages-33-41 This article employs recent empirical data to confirm Eugen Bleuler’s view that delays between the appearance o f psychotic symptoms and treatment are harmful. It also bears out Bleuler’s less ominous view o f Kraepelin’s dementia praecox by … Continue reading