A book exploring Thomas Szasz's main ideas.
Where are pain and pleasure experienced: in the mind, the brain, or both?
I review the book, Thomas Szasz: The Man and His Ideas.
Movie review of: The Last Interview with Thomas Szasz.
Thomas Szasz argues that medicine has unwittingly become the new de facto religion in America.
A retrospective psychoanalysis of the life and death of Virginia Woolf by the iconoclast psychiatrist Thomas Szasz.
In a rare psychoanalytic case history, Thomas Szasz presents Recollections of a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: The Case of "Prisoner 'K'". In it, Szasz gives us an opportunity to see how he actually practiced psychotherapy. Szasz mentions in the first pages that his practice has since changed, but that he views the case as an adequate case … Continue reading Recollections of a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: The Case of “Prisoner K”