Developments in Mental Health Law

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 2, July-December

Inclusion, Motivation and Good Faith: The Morality of Coercion in Mental Hospital Admission
Philosophers' accounts of what is coercive, according to Wertheimer (1989), come in two basic varieties. One type of theory maintains that coercion can be described using an essentially amoral behavioral account of phenomena. A second type of theory...

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