Psychiatry in Politics and Political Psychiatry

Not so distant history tells us about the tragedy of professional silence.  In early twentieth-century Germany, sociologist Max Weber argued that intellectuals should not utter any political opinions or say anything that could remotely be regarded as partisan.

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/psychiatry-in-society/201802/psychiatry-in-politics-and-political-psychiatry

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