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Schizophrenia 2020 : Symposium on theory and reality of german disease.

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Link: https://philevents.org/event/show/79270
 
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Submission Deadline Mar 8, 2020
Categories    schizophrenia   dissociation   mental health   psychoanalysis
 

Call For Papers

In my recent essay I summarize the current state of knowledge on the field of mental health and conclude from my own research and that of others that {1} current definition of mental health is a fraudulent falsification based on nonsensical classification of mental diseases; {2} most mental health professionals are not qualified to perform their jobs properly, i.e. scientifically; {3} psychiatry is a pseudoscience in the service of the democratic pathology; {4} psychoanalysis should be considered as an appropriate scientific method allowing an exhaustive understanding of the nature of both mental health and diseases.

I invite all scholars and qualified individuals to participate in a discussion.

Reference:

A. Poleev. German disease. Enzymes, 2019.
http://enzymes.at/download/Schizophrenie.pdf (ebook)
https://www.epubli.de/shop/buch/96922 (print edition)

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