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Early Greek Phiosophy and Ancient Concepts of Mental Health: An Evolutionary Analysis

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Title: Early Greek Phiosophy and Ancient Concepts of Mental Health: An Evolutionary Analysis
Authors: Moritsugu, Kenneth Paul
Advisor: Burns, Alfred
Keywords: Latin
Greek
Philosohy
Mental Health
Issue Date: Jun 1967
Abstract: The Classic Greek and Roman attitudes toward mental disorders were intimately related to philosophioal attitudes, and underwent a parallel evolution. It is interesting to note the similarity of the conoepts expressed by Plautus with that of the introspective school of psychology in reoent years; that is, a systematio analysis of experienoe by the individual who examines himself in retrospect wi tit the aid of the inquirer in all pertinent aspeots concerning the possible nature of his ailment.
Pages/Duration: 56 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/39591
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