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The Writings of Thomas S. Szasz, M.D.

(as of January 9, 2009)

  • 1947a. Szasz, T.S. 1947. The "Schemm Regime" in the Treatment of Extreme Congestive Heart Failure: A Case Report. With S. Elgart. Ohio State Medical Journal, 43 (September), 926-928.

  • 1947b. The Role of Hostility in the Pathogenesis of Peptic Ulcer: Theoretical Considerations With the Report of a Case. With E. Levin, J.B. Kirsner and W.L. Palmer. Psychosomatic Medicine, 9 (September-October), 331-336.

  • 1948a. Psychiatric Aspects of Vagotomy: A Preliminary Report. Annals of Internal Medicine, 28 (February), 279-288.

  • 1948b. Psychiatric Aspects of Vagotomy: II. A Psychiatric Study of Vagotomized Ulcer Patients with Comments on Prognosis. Psychosomatic Medicine, 11 (July-August), 187-199.

  • 1949a. Factors in the Pathogenesis of Peptic Ulcer. Psychosomatic Medicine, 11(September-October), 300-304.

  • 1949b. Psychiatric Aspects of Vagotomy: IV. Phantom Ulcer Pain. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 62 (December), 728-733.

  • 1950a. Psychosomatic Aspects of Salivary Activity: I. Hypersalivation in Patients with Peptic Ulcer. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, 29,647-655.

  • 1950b. A Theory of the Pathogenesis of Ordinary Human Baldness. With A. Robertson. Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, 61 (January), 34-48.

  • 1950b. Psychosomatic Aspects of Salivary Activity: II. Psychoanalytic Observations Concerning Hypersalivation. Psychosomatic Medicine, 12 (September-October), 320-331.

  • 1951a. Physiological and Psychodynamic Mechanisms in Constipation and Diarrhea. Psychosomatic Medicine, 13 (March-April), 112-116.

  • 1951b. Oral Mechanisms in Constipation and Diarrhea. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 32, 196-203.

  • 1952a. On the Psychoanalytic Theory of Instincts. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 21 (January), 25-48.

  • 1952b. Psychoanalysis and the Autonomic Nervous System. Psychoanalytic Review, 39 (April), 115-151.

  • 1952c. Psychiatric Aspects of Vagotomy: III. The Problem of Diarrhea After Vagotomy. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 115 (May), 394-405.

  • 1952d. The Psychosomatic Approach in Medicine. With Franz Alexander In, Franz Alexander and Helen Ross, eds., Dynamic Psychiatry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 369-400.

  • 1952e. Psychosomatic Research. In, Franz Alexander and Helen Ross, eds., Twenty Years of Psychoanalysis. New York: Norton, 268-280.

  • 1955a. Entropy, Organization, and the Problem of the Economy of Human Relationships. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 36, 289-297.

  • 1955b. The Nature of Pain. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 74 (August), 174-181.

  • 1955c. The Ego, the Body, and Pain. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 3, 177-200.

  • 1956a. On the Experiences of the Analyst in the Psychoanalytic Situation: A Contribution to the Theory of Psychoanalytic Treatment. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 4, 197-223.

  • 1956b. Is the Concept of Entropy Relevant to Psychology and Psychiatry? Psychiatry, 19, 199-202.

  • 1956c. Some Observations on the Relationship between Psychiatry and the Law. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 75 (March), 297-315.

  • 1956d. A Contribution to the Philosophy of Medicine: The Basic Models of the Doctor Patient Relationship. With Marc Hollender. A.M.A. Archives of Internal Medicine, 97 (May), 585-592.

  • 1956e. Malingering: "Diagnosis" or Social Condemnation? A.M.A Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 76 (October), 432-443.

  • 1956f. Comments on "The Definition of Psychosomatic Disorder." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 7, 231-234.

  • 1957a. Some Observations on the Use of Tranquilizing Drugs. A.M.A Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 77 (January), 86-92.

  • 1957b. The Psychology of Bodily Feelings in Schizophrenia. Psychosomatic Medicine, 19,11-16.

  • 1957b. A Contribution to the Psychology of Bodily Feelings. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 26, 25-49.

  • 1957c. A Critical Analysis of the Fundamental Concepts of Psychical Research. Psychiatric Quarterly, 31, 96-108.

  • 1957d. On the Theory of Psycho-Analytic Treatment. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 38, 166-182.

  • 1957e. A Contribution to the Psychology of Schizophrenia. A.M.A Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 77 (April), 420-436.

  • 1957f. Pain and Pleasure: A Study of Bodily Feelings. New York: Basic Books.

  • 1957g. Commitment of the Mentally Ill: "Treatment" or Social Restraint? Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 125 (April-June), 293-307.

  • 1957f. Review of The Criminal, the Judge, and the Public, by Franz Alexander and Hugo Staub. A.M.A Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 78 (July), 109-111.

  • 1957g. The Concept of Testamentary Capacity: Further Observations on the Role of Psychiatric Concepts in Legal Situations. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 125 (July- September), 474-477.

  • 1957h. Psychiatric Expert Testimony: Its Covert Meaning and Social Function. Psychiatry,20(August), 313-316.

  • 1957i. Review of Psychiatric Research Reports Nos. 2, 4, and 6. Mental Hygiene, 41(October), 583-584.

  • 1957j. Normality, Neurosis, and Psychosis: Some Observations on the Concepts of Mental Health and Mental Illness. With Marc Hollender. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 125 (October-December), 599-607.

  • 1957k. The Problem of Psychiatric Nosology: A Contribution to a Situational Analysis of Psychiatric Operations. American Journal of Psychiatry, 114 (November), 405-413.

  • 1957l. Review of Psychical Research by R.C. Johnson. American Journal of Psychiatry, 114(November), 475-476.

  • 1958a. Psychiatry, Ethics, and the Criminal Law. Columbia Law Review, 58 (February), 183-198.

  • 1958b. Scientific Method and Social role in Medicine and Psychiatry. A.M.A. Archives of Internal Medicine, 101(February), 228-238.

  • 1958c. Men and Machines. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 8 (February), 310-317.

  • 1958d. Psychoanalysis as Method and as Theory. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 27, 89-97.

  • 1958e. The Role of the Counterphobic Mechanism in Addiction. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6, 309-325.

  • 1958f. Reply to Ian Stevenson, M.D. [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 114(March), 847-848.

  • 1958g. Recent Books on the Relation of Psychiatry to Criminology. Psychiatry, 21 (August), 307-319.

  • 1958h. Psycho-Analytic Training: A Socio-Psychological Analysis of Its History and Present Status. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39, 598-613.

  • 1958i. The Doctor-Patient Relationship and Its Historical Context. With Mark Hollender and Fritz Knoff. American Journal of Psychiatry, 115 (December), 552-528.

  • 1958j. Review of Studies on Hysteria, by Joseph Breuer and Sigmund Freud. American Journal of Psychiatry, 115 (December), 568-569.

  • 1958k. Politics and Mental Health: Some Remarks Apropos of the Case of Mr. Ezra Pound. American Journal of Psychiatry, 115 (December), 508-511.

  • 1959a. A Critical Analysis of Some Aspects of the Libido Theory: The Concepts of Libidinal Zones, Aims, and Modes of Gratification. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 76 (23rd January), 975-990. Discussion, 990-1009.

  • 1959b. The Classification of "Mental Illness." A Situational Analysis of Psychiatric Operations. Psychiatric Quarterly, 33 (January), 77-101.

  • 1959c. Law for the Mentally Ill. [Letters] New York Times (20th February), 24.

  • 1959d. Psychoanalysis and Medicine. In, Morton Levitt, ed., Readings in Psychoanalytic Psychology. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 355-374.

  • 1959e. Pound, Politics and Mental Health. [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 115(May), 1040-1041.

  • 1959f. Review of Economics of Mental Illness, by Rashi Fein. A.M.A. Archives of General Psychiatry, 1(July), 116-118.

  • 1959g. Language and Pain. In, S. Arieti, ed., American Handbook of Psychiatry. New York: Basic Books, vol. 1, 982-999.

  • 1959h. Introduction. In, The Analysis of Sensations and the Relation of the Physical to the Psychical, by Ernst March, Trans. from the First German Edition by C.M. Williams; Revised and Supplemented from the Fifth German Edition by S. Waterlow. New York: Dover, v-xxxi.

  • 1959i. Recollections of a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: The Case of Prisoner K. In, A. Burton, ed., Case Studies in Counseling and Psychotherapy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 75-110.

  • 1959j. What Is Malingering? Medical Trial Technique Quarterly, 6 (September), 29-40.

  • 1959k. Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, and Psychology. A.M.A. Archives of General Psychiatry, 1 (November), 455-463.

  • 1959l. The Communication of Distress Between Child and Parent. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 32, 161-170.

  • 1960a. Mach and Psychoanalysis. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 130 (January), 6-15.

  • 1960b. Psychiatry Shouldn't Interfere with the Law. [Letters] New York Herald Tribune (5th February), 10.

  • 1960c. The Myth of Mental Illness. American Psychologist, 15 (February), 113-118.

  • 1960d. Freedom and the Physician's Role. [Letters] J.A.M.A., 173 (7th May). 84- 85.

  • 1960e. Hospital Refusal to Release Mental Patient. Cleveland Marshall Law Review, 9 (May), 220-226.

  • 1960f. Moral Conflict and Psychiatry. Yale Review, 49 (June), 555-566.

  • 1960g. Three Problems in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Training. A.M.A. Archives of General Psychiatry, 3 (July), 82-94.

  • 1960h. Civil Liberties and Mental Illness: Some Observations on the Case of Miss Edith L. Hough. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 131 (July), 58-63.

  • 1960i. Civil Liberties and the Mentally Ill. Cleveland-Marshall Law Review, 10(September), 399-416.

  • 1960j. The Right to Commit a Crime. Current (September), 53- 54.

  • 1960k. The Ethics of Birth Control - Or: Who Owns Your Body? Humanist, 20 (November-December), 332-336.

  • 1961a. The Uses of Naming and the Origin of the Myth of Mental Illness. American Psychologist, 16 (February), 59-65.

  • 1961b. Hospital-Patient Relationships in Medicine and Psychiatry. Mental Hygiene, 45 (April), 171-179.

  • 1961c. Review of The Couch and the Circle, by Hyman Spotnitz. The New York Times Book Review (May 14), 7.

  • 1961d. And One for All. New York Times Book Review (14th May), 7.

  • 1961e. The Meaning of Suffering in Therapy: A Round Table Discussion. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 21, 12-17.

  • 1961f. The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct. New York: Paul B. Hoeber.

  • 1961g. Two Types of Therapy. [Letters] New York Times Book Review (11th June), 28-30.

  • 1961h. Criminal Responsibility and Psychiatry. In, H. Toch, ed., Legal and Criminal Psychology. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 146-168.

  • 1962a. Who Has a Right to an Abortion? Current (December), 52- 53.

  • 1962b. The Problem of Privacy in Training Analysis: Selections from a Questionnaire Study of Psychoanalytic Practices and Opinions. Psychiatry, 2 (August), 195-207.

  • 1962c. Psychiatry as a Social Institution. In H. Schoeck and J. W. Wiggins, eds., Psychiatry and Responsibility. Princeton: D. Van Nostrand, 1-18.

  • 1962d. Review of Pain: Its Modes and Functions, by F.J.J. Buytendijk. A.M.A Archives of General Psychiatry, 7 (September), 220.

  • 1962e. Bootlegging Humanistic Values through Psychiatry. Antioch Review, 22 (Fall), 341-349.

  • 1962d. Mind Tapping: Psychiatric Subversion of Constitutional Rights. American Journal of Psychiatry, 119 (October), 323-327.

  • 1962e. Human Nature and Psychotherapy: A Further Contribution to the Theory of Autonomous Psychotherapy. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 3 (October), 268-283.

  • 1962f. Open Doors or Civil Rights for Mental Patients? Journal of Individual Psychology, 18 (November), 168-171.

  • 1963a. Psychiatry's Threat to Civil Liberties. National Review (12th March), 191-193.

  • 1963b. Mind Tapping. [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 119 (March), 900.

  • 1963c. Psychiatry in public schools. Humanist, 23 (May-June), 89-93.

  • 1963d. Freud as Leader. Antioch Review, 23 (Summer), 133-144.

  • 1963e. Psychoanalytic Treatment As Education. A.M.A. Archives of General Psychiatry, 9(July), 46-52.

  • 1963f. Foreword. In, A Textbook of Abnormal Psychology, by N.H. Pronko. Baltimore, Williams Wilkins, vii-vii.

  • 1963g. Psychoanalysis and Suggestion: An Historical and Logical Analysis. Comprehensive Psychiatry (August), 4, 271-280.

  • 1963h. A Questionnaire Study of Psychoanalytic Practices and Opinions. With Robert Nemiroff. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 137 (September), 209-221.

  • 1963i. Law, Liberty and Psychiatry: An Inquiry into the Social Uses of Mental Health Practices. New York: Macmillan.

  • 1963j. The Concept of Transference. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 44, 432-443.

  • 1963k. Discussion of "Papers on Schizophrenia," by Arieti, Bychowski, and Sechehaye. Psychiatric Research Report APA, 17 (November), 57-60.

  • 1963l. Should "Insanity" Be an Excuse for Crime? North American Newspaper Alliance (28th December).

  • 1964a. What Psychiatry Can and Cannot Do. Harper's Magazine, 228 (February), 50-53.

  • 1964b. What Psychiatry Can Do. Harper's Magazine, 228 (April), 100.

  • 1964c. A Question of Identity. New York Times Book Review (5th April), 14-16.

  • 1964d. Review of The Birth and Death of Meaning and The Revolution in Psychiatry, by Ernest Becker. The Behavior Sciences Book Service (October).

  • 1964e. Psychoanalysis and Taxation: A Contribution to the Rhetoric of the Disease Concept in Psychiatry. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 18 (October), 635-643.

  • 1964f. Criminal Insanity: Fact or Strategy? New Republic (21st November), 19-22.

  • 1964g. The Moral Dilemma of Psychiatry: Autonomy or Heteronomy? American Journal of Psychiatry, 121 (December), 521-528.

  • 1965a. Psychiatry as Ideology, In, Hector Hawton, ed., The Rationalist Annual. London: Pemberton Publishing Company, 43-52.

  • 1965b. Legal and Moral Aspects of Homosexuality. In, Judd Marmor, ed., Sexual Inversion: The Multiple Roots of Homosexuality. New York: Basic Books, 124-139.

  • 1965c. A Strategy of Freedom: The Moral Dimension of Freudian Therapy. Trans-Action, 2 (May-June), 14-19.

  • 1965d. The Ethics of Psychoanalysis: The Theory and Method of Autonomous Psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books.

  • 1965e. A Note on Psychiatric Rhetoric. American Journal of Psychiatry, 121 (June), 1192-1193.

  • 1965f. Psychiatric Justice. New York: Macmillian.

  • 1965g. Portrait of a Secular Moralist. New Republic (27th November), 32-33.

  • 1965h. Toward the Therapeutic State. New Republic (11th December), 26-29.

  • 1965i. Review of The Addict and the Law, by Alfred R. Lindesmith. American University Law Review, 15 (December), 163-168.

  • 1966a. Review of The Addict and the Law, by Alfred R. Lindesmith. International Journal of the Addictions. 1 (January), 150-155.

  • 1966b. Equation of Opposites. New York Times Book Review (6th February), 6.

  • 1966c. Discussion of "The New Technology and Our Ageless Unconscious," by Martin Grotjahn. Psychoanalytic Forum, 1, 15-16.

  • 1966d. Unending Challenge. New York Times Book Review (17th April), 18,20,22.

  • 1966e. The Mental Health Ethic. National Review (14th June), 570-572.

  • 1966g. Is Mental Illness a Myth? [Letters] New York Times Magazine (3rd July), 4-33.

  • 1966h. Is Mental Illness a Myth? [Letters] New York Times Magazine (10th July), 2.

  • 1966i. Psychotherapy: A Socio-Cultural Perspective. Western Medicine, 7 (December), 15-21.

  • 1966j. Review of Medical Orthodoxy and the Future of Psychoanalysis, by K.R. Eissler. Village Voice (1st September), 5, 10-11.

  • 1966k. The Ethics of Abortion. Humanist, 26 (September-October), 147-148.

  • 1966l. The Social Situation of the Hospitalized Mental Patient. AAUW Journal, 60(October), 31-32.

  • 1966m. Whither Psychiatry? Social Research, 33 (Autumn), 439-462.

  • 1966n. There Was No Defense. New York Times Book Review (13th November), 4, 34.

  • 1966o. Ezra Pound. [Letters] New York Times Book Review (11th December), 65.

  • 1966p. Alcoholism: A Socio-Ethical Perspective. Western Medicine, 7 (December), 15-21.

  • 1966q. Discussion of "A Historical Review of Classification of Behavior and One Current Perspective," by Lewis L. Robbins. In, Leonard D. Eron, ed., The Classification of Behavior Disorders. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company, 38-41.

  • 1966r. The Psychiatric Classification of Behavior: A Strategy of Personal Constraint. In, Leonard D. Eron, ed., The Classification of Behavior Disorders. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company, 123-170.

  • 1967a. There Was No Defense. Psychiatry Social Science Review, 1 (January), 21-24.

  • 1967b. Review of The Trial of Ezra Pound, by Julien Cornell. Rutgers Law Review, 21(Winter), 367-374.

  • 1967c. Review of Thomas Woodrow Wilson: Twenty-Eighth President of the United States, by Sigmund Freud and William C. Bullitt. Psychiatry and Social Science Review, 1(February), 5, 10-12.

  • 1967d. The Hazards of Zeal. National Review (21st March), 307- 310.

  • 1967e. Murder and Violence in the Affluent Society. Boston Sunday Herald (30th April), 18.

  • 1967d. How Sick is Sick? New Republic (6th May), 21-23.

  • 1967e. The Doctor in the Case. New York Times Book Review (28th May), 8.

  • 1967f. The Destruction of Differences. New Republic (10th June), 21-23.

  • 1967g. Behavior Therapy and Psychoanalysis. Medical Opinion and Review, 3 (June), 24-29.

  • 1967h. Mental Illness. [Letters] Economist. (17th June), 1192.

  • 1967i. The Insanity Plea and the Insanity Verdict. Temple Law Quarterly, 40 (Spring-Summer), 271-282.

  • 1967k. Moral Man: A Model of Man for Humanistic Psychology. In, James F.T. Bugental, ed., Challenges of Humanistic Psychology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 44-51.

  • 1967k. Reply to Dr Wladimir G. Eliasberg. [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 124 (September), 163.

  • 1967l. Freedom and Goals. [Letters] Medical Opinion and Review, 3 (September), 119-123.

  • 1967m. Mental Illness As an Excuse for Civil Wrongs. With George J. Alexander. Notre Dame Lawyer, 43 (October), 24-38.

  • 1967n. The Psychiatrist: A Policeman in the Schools. This Magazine Is About Schools (October), 114-134.

  • 1967o. Psychoanalysis and the Rule of Law. Washburn Law Journal, 7 (Fall), 25-34.

  • 1967q. College Psychiatrists. [Letters] Trans-action, 5 (December):4.

  • 1967q. Involuntary Mental Hospitalization: A Crime Against Humanity. Exchange (December), 1-4.

  • 1968a. The Painful Person. Lancet, 88 (January), 18-22.

  • 1968b, Some Remarks on Autonomous Psychotherapy. Psychiatric Opinion, 5 (January), 4,6-8.

  • 1968c. College Psychiatry: A Critique. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 9 (January), 81-85.

  • 1968d. Medical Ethics: An Historical Perspective. Medical Opinion Review, 4 (February),115-121.

  • 1968e. Subversion of the Rule of Law. National Review (12th March), 247-248.

  • 1968f. Science and Public Policy: The Crime of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization. Medical Opinion Review, 4 (May), 24-35.

  • 1968g. Mental Illness As an Excuse for Civil Wrongs. With George J. Alexander. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 147 (August), 113-123.

  • 1968h. Justice and Psychiatry. Atlantic (October), 127-132.

  • 1968i. Review of The Insanity Defense, by Abraham S. Goldstein, and Criminal Justice by Abraham S. Blumberg. Boston University Law Review, 48 (Winter), 151-155.

  • 1968j. Problems Facing Psychiatry: The Psychiatrist as Party to Conflict. In, E. Fuller Torrey, ed, Ethical Issues in Medicine: The Role of the Physician in Today's Society. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 265-284.

  • 1968k. The Psychology of Persistent Pain: A Portrait of L'Homme Douloureux. In, A. Soulairac, J. Cahn, and J. Charpentier, eds., Pain. London: Academic Press, 93-133.

  • 1968l. Hysteria. In, David L. Sills, ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillian Free Press, 7, 47-52.

  • 1969a. The Crime of Commitment. Psychology Today, 2 (March), 55-57.

  • 1969b. The Right to Health. Georgetown Law Journal 57 (March), 734-751.

  • 1969c. An "Unscrewtape" Letter: A Reply to Fred Sander. American Journal of Psychiatry, 125 (April), 1432-1435.

  • 1969d. The Right to Health. Freeman, 19 (June), 352-362.

  • 1969e. Psychiatry, the Law, and Social Control. University Review, 2 (Summer), 8-13.

  • 1969f. Interview: Thomas S. Szasz, M.D. New Physician, 18 (June), 453-461, 476.

  • 1969g. Enigmas of Violence. [Letters] Science (June 27th), 164, 1465.

  • 1969h. Social Control and Legal Psychiatry. Journal of the Albert Einstein Medical Center, 17 (Summer), 52-59.

  • 1969i. Abortion Law Reform. [Letters] Humanist, 20 (September-October), 34.

  • 1969j. Justice in the Therapeutic State. Indiana Legal Forum, 3 (Fall), 14-34.

  • 1969k. Mental Illness Is Not a Disease. Science Digest, 66 (December), 7-14.

  • 1970a. The Mad Scene: Who Is Dangerous to Whom? Medical Opinion and Review. 6 (February), 111.

  • 1970b. A Psychiatrist Views Mental Health Legislation. Wabash Law Journal, 9 (Winter), 224-243.

  • 1970c. Blackness and Madness. Yale Review, 59 (Spring), 333-341.

  • 1970d. Ideology and Insanity: Essays on the Psychiatric Dehumanization of Man. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

  • 1970e. Justice in the Therapeutic State. In, The Administration of Justice America. The 1968-69 E. Paul du Pont Lectures on Crimes, Delinquency, and Corrections, University of Delaware, 75-92.

  • 1970f. The Manufacture of Madness: A Comparative Study of the Inquisition and the Mental Health Movement. New York: Harper Row 1970.

  • 1970g. The Mad Scene: Brother's Keepers. Medical Opinion and Review, 6 (April), 52-53.

  • 1970h. Introduction. In, The Ordeal of Stephen Dennison, by Lucy Freeman and Lisa Hoffman. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, ix-xii.

  • 1970i. Blackness and Madness: Images of Evil and Tactics of Exclusion. In, John F. Szwed, ed., Black Americans. New York: Basic Books, 67-77.

  • 1970j. Psychiatry As Tactic. [Letters] New York Times (25th July), 22.

  • 1970k. The Right to Drugs: A Matter of Freedom? Newsday (21st October),3B.

  • 1970l. "R.F.K. Must Die!" New York Times Book Review (15th November), 8-74.

  • 1971a. "Mental Illness" Myth Cruel Fraud. Twin Circle (14th March), 15.

  • 1971b. Fairness and Folly. Medical Opinion, 7 (April),65.

  • 1971c. From the Slaughterhouse to the Madhouse. Psychotherapy, 8 (Spring), 64-67.

  • 1971d. The Sane Slave: An Historical Note on the Use of Medical Diagnosis As Justificatory Rhetoric. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 25 (April), 228-239.

  • 1971e. The Ethics of Suicide. Antioch Review, 31 (Spring), 7-17.

  • 1971f. The Negro in Psychiatry: An Historical Note on Psychiatric Rhetoric. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 25 (July), 469-471.

  • 1971g. The American Association for the Abolition of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization, Abolitionist, 1 (Summer), 1-2.

  • 1971h. Involuntary Commitment: A Form of Slavery. Humanist, 31 (July-August), 11-14.

  • 1971i. In the Church of America, Psychiatrists Are Priests. Hospital Physician (October), 44-46.

  • 1971j. The Ethics of Addiction. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 128 (November), 541-56.

  • 1971k. Under Mind. Review of A Question of Madness, by Zhores A. Medvedev, and Roy A. Medvedev. New Society London (16th December), 1213-1215.

  • 1972a. Scapegoating "Military Addicts": The Helping Hand Strikes Again. Trans-Action, 9(January), 4-6.

  • 1972b. Drugs, Doctors, and Deceit. [Letters] New England Journal of Medicine, 286 (13th January),111.

  • 1972c. The Ethics of Addiction. Harper's Magazine, 244 (April), 74-79.

  • 1972d. Psychosis, Psychiatry, and Homicide. [Letters] JAMA, 220 (8th May), 864-865.

  • 1972e. A Dissent. [Letters] National Catholic Reporter (12th May), 10.

  • 1972f. Tragic Failures. Review of In A Darkness, by James A. Wechsler. National Review (26th May), 591,593.

  • 1972g. Reply to J.W. Goppelt. [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 128 (June), 1588.

  • 1972h. Reply to R.D. Blair [Letters] American Journal of Psychiatry, 128 (June), 1589.

  • 1972i. Remarks. In, Symposium on the Aging Poor. Syracuse Law Review, 23, 78-82, 84-85.

  • 1972j. Law, Property, and Psychiatry. With George J. Alexander. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 42 (July), 610-626.

  • 1972k. Bad Habits Are Not Diseases: A Refutation of the Claim That Alcoholism Is a Disease. The Lancet London, 2 (8th July), 83-84.

  • 1972l. Voluntary Mental Hospitalization: An Unacknowledged Practice of Medical Fraud. New England Journal of Medicine, 287 (10th August), 277-278.

  • 1072m. Introduction. In, Prisoners of Psychiatry: Mental Patients, Psychiatrists, and the Law, by Bruce Ennis. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, xi-xix.

  • 1972n. Psychiatric Stigmatization. [Letters] New York Times (26th December), 32.

  • 1973a. Fanaticism. [Letter to the Editor} The Times Literary Supplement [London], 3(February), 124.

  • 1973b. Medicine and the State: The First Amendment Violated. An Interview with Thomas Szasz. The Humanist, 33 (March-April), 305-307.

  • 1973c. The Physician as a Spy. [Letter to the Editor] The New York Times (24th March),32.

  • 1973d. Mental Illness as a Metaphor. Nature, 242 (30th March), 305- 307.

  • 1973e. La Liberta del Malato Mentale. Enciclopedia della Scienze e della Tecnica Mondadori. Milano: Mondadori, 1973, 368-369.

  • 1973f. From Contract to Status via Psychiatry. With George. J. Alexander. Santa Clara Lawyer (Spring), 537-559.

  • 1973g. The Second Sin. Garden City, New York: Doubleday.

  • 1973h. The Age of Madness: The History of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization Presented in Selected Texts. Garden City, New York: Doubleday Anchor.

  • 1973i. Panel Discussion: Do Solutions to Drug Problems Threaten Our Civil Liberties? Villanova Law Review, 18 (May), 875-895.

  • 1973j. Drugs and Freedom. Transcript of the "Firing Line" Program Taped at WKPC in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 16, 1973, and Originally Telecast on PBS on July 15, 1973. Host: William F. Buckley, Jr., Guest: Dr. Thomas S. Szasz. Columbia, South Carolina: Southern Educational Communications Association.

  • 1973k. The Dominion of Psychiatry. The New York Times (5th August), E-15.

  • 1973l. Interview. Penthouse (October), 68-74.

  • 1974a. The A.C.L.U.'s "Mental Illness" Cop-Out. Reason, 5 (January), 4-9.

  • 1974b. Freedom for Patients: A Dialogue. The Bulletin of the New York State District Branches of the American Psychiatric Association,16 (January),1, 9.

  • 1974c. Language and Humanism. The Humanist, 34 (January-February), 25-30.

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  • 1990h. Szasz on AIDS and Psychiatry. Interview. Phoenix Rising, 8 (July), S6- 7.

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  • 1997f. Medics in the War on Drugs. Liberty, 10 (March), 47-48.

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  • 1999c. Alias Dr. Death. Liberty, 13 (February), 41-42, 45.

  • 1999d. Gullible Skeptics. The Freeman, 49 (May), 26-27.

  • 1999e. Rethinking Suicide. The Freeman, 49 (July), 41-42.

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  • 1999g. Medical Incapacity, Legal Incompetence and Psychiatry. Psychiatric Bulletin, 23(September), 517-519.

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  • 1999i. Is Mental Illness a Disease? The Freeman, 49 (November), 38-39.

  • 2000a. Remembering Krafft-Ebing. Ideas on Liberty, 50 (January), 31-32.

  • 2000b. Mental Disorders Are Not Diseases. USA Today (Magazine) (January), 30-31.

  • 2000c. On the Future of Psychotherapy. New Therapist (January-February), 12-13.

  • 2000d. Does Insanity "Cause" Crime? Ideas on Liberty, 50 (March), 31-32.

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  • 2000f. Remembering Masturbatory Insanity. Ideas on Liberty, 50 (May), 35-36.

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  • 2000h. Curing the Therapeutic State. (Interview with Jacob Sullum.) Reason, 32 (July), 26-34.

  • 2000i. Chemical Straitjackets for Children. Ideas on Liberty, 50 (July), 37-38.

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  • 2001a. Public Schools as Drug Delivery Systems. Ideas on Liberty, 51 (January), 36-37.

  • 2001b. Affirmative Chemical Action. Ideas on Liberty, 51 (March), 35-36.

  • 2001c. Anatomy of a Teenage Shooting. (Letter). New York Times (13th March), A18.

  • 2001d. With Friends Like These, Pity America's Kids. Los Angeles Times (15th March), B11.

  • 2001e. Actions Speak Louder Than Words (Letters). British Medical Journal, electronic edition, April 17, 2001.

  • 2001f. Pharmacracy: Medicine and Politics in America. Westport, CT: Praeger.

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  • 2001h. Kevorkian, Lies, and Suicide. Ideas on Liberty, 51 (May), 35-36.

  • 2001i. "Diagnosing" Behavior: Cui Bono? The Legal Studies Forum, 25, 505-517.

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  • 2001k. Placebos, Healing, and a Mother's Kiss. (Letter). New York Times (29th May).

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  • 2001n. The "Medical Ethics" of Peter Singer. Society, 38 (July/August), 20-25.

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  • 2001s. Mental Illness: Psychiatry's Phlogiston. Ideas on Liberty, 51(November), 31-32.

  • 2001t. Assisted Suicide Is Bootleg Suicide. Los Angeles Times (23rd November).

  • 2001u. Thumbs on the Parity Scale for Psychiatrists. The Washington Times (9th December).

  • 2002a. Kevorkian Warps the Value He Touts. Detroit Free Press (10th January).

  • 2002b. Patient or Prisoner? Ideas on Liberty, 52 (January), 31-32.

  • 2002c. Mises and Psychiatry. Liberty, 16 (February), 23-26.

  • 2002d. The Trouble with Self-Esteem (Letters). New York Times Magazine (17th February).

  • 2002e. Rothbard on Szasz. Liberty, 16 (March), 33-34, 40.

  • 2002f. Parity for Mental Illness, Disparity for Mental Patients. Ideas on Liberty, 52 March), 33-34.

  • 2002g. Szasz and Mises: In Response to Bettina Bien Greaves. Liberty, 16 (April), 46, 60.

  • 2002h. "Suicide Bomber," to Be Precise. Washington Post (18th April), A20.

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  • 2002k. The Maternity Hospital and the Mental Hospital. Ideas on Liberty, 52 (May), 33-34.

  • 2002l. Liberation By Oppression: A Comparative Study of Slavery and Psychiatry. New Brunswick, NJ.

  • 2002m. Hayek and Psychiatry. Liberty, 16 (June), 19-20, 24.

  • 2002n. Insanity and Intolerance. Ideas on Liberty, 52 (July), 34-35.

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  • 2002q. Coercion and Psychiatry. Liberty, 16 (August), 33-35.

  • 2002r. Straight Talk about Suicide. Ideas on Liberty, 52 (September), 34-35.

  • 2002s. Mental Illness: From Shame to Pride. Ideas on Liberty, 52 (November), 37-38.

  • 2003a. Taking Drug Laws Seriously. Ideas on Liberty, 53 (January), 28-29.

  • 2003b. Opiate of the Masses. (Letters.) The Village Voice (5th-11th February),

  • 2003c. Parity or Prevarication? Ideas on Liberty, 53 (March), 28-29.

  • 2003d. Remember Psychiatric Patient's Civil Rights. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (3rd April), B9.

  • 2003e. Cleansing the Modern Heart. Society, 40 (May/June), 52-59.

  • 2003f. The Myth of Health Insurance. Ideas on Liberty, 53 (May), 30-31.

  • 2003g. Unequal Justice for All. Ideas on Liberty, 53 (July), 26-27.

  • 2003h. Psychiatry and the Control of Dangerousness: On the Apotropaic Function of the Term "Mental Illness," Journal of Medical Ethics, 29 (August), 227-230.

  • 2003i. Psychiatric Slavery? (Letter) Psychiatric News, 38 (September), 28.

  • 2003j. Marijuana Medicalization: Bad Cause, Bad Faith. Journal of Cognitive Liberties, 4, 83-85.

  • 2003k. Taking Drug Laws Seriously, II. Ideas on Liberty, 53 (October), 20-21.

  • 2003l. Limbaugh's Disease. Liberty, 17 (December), 15-16.

  • 2003m. Civil Liberties and Civil Commitment. The Freeman, 53 (December), 25-26.

  • 2003n. The Psychiatric Protection Order for the "Battered Mental Patient." British Medical Journal, 327 (20th December), 1449-1451.

  • 2003o. Obesity in the Young. (Letter.) New York Times (22nd December), A16.

  • 2004a. The Greatest Poem. Liberty, 18 (January), 13.

  • 2004b.Interview with Randall C. Wyatt. "Thomas Szasz: Liberty and the Practice of Psychotherapy," by Randall C. Wyatt. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 44 (Winter), 71-85.

  • 2004c. Self-Ownership or Suicide Prevention? The Freeman, 54 (March), 24-25.

  • 2004d. Words to the Wise: A Medical-Philosophical Dictionary. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers.

  • 2004e. On Autogenic Diseases. The Freeman, 54 (May), 24.

  • 2004f. Faith in Freedom: Libertarian Principles and Psychiatric Practices. New Brunswick, N.J: Transaction Publishers.

  • 2004g. Protecting patients against psychiatric intervention. Society, 41: 7-9 (March / April).

  • 2004h. "Knowing What Ain't So": R.D. Laing and Thomas Szasz. Psychoanalytic Review, 91: 331-346 (June).

  • 2004i. Pharmacracy in America. Society, 41: 54-58 (July/August).

  • 2004j. Reply to Engelhardt. In Jeffrey A. Schaler, editor, Szasz Under Fire: The Psychiatric Abolitionist Faces His Critics (Chicago: Open Court, 2004), pp. 376-392.

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  • 2004u. Reply to Kendell. In Jeffrey A. Schaler, editor, Szasz Under Fire: The Psychiatric Abolitionist Faces His Critics (Chicago: Open Court, 2004), pp. 1-28.

  • 2004v. An Autobiographical Sketch. In Jeffrey A. Schaler, editor, Szasz Under Fire: The Psychiatric Abolitionist Faces His Critics (Chicago: Open Court, 2004), pp. 1-28.

  • 2004w. "What is psychoanalysis?" In Ann Casement, editor, Who Owns Psychoanalysis? (London: Karnac Books, 2004), pp. 25-39.

  • 2004x. A house of aces. The Freeman, 54: 21-22 (July/August), 2004.

  • 2004y. Primum nocere. The Freeman, 54: 24-25 (December), 24-25.

  • 2004z. Psychiatric "services." The Freeman, 54: 21-22 (October), 21-22.

  • 2005a. "Detention and the Royal College of Psychiatry" (Letter). British Medical Journal, (7 January 2005). http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/eletters/330/7482/60.

  • 2005b. "Malpractice vs. 'Malresult': A new form of insurance for an eternal problem." Reason Online, January 10, 2005.

  • 2005c. "What is Existential Therapy Not," Existential Analysis, 16: 127-130 (January), 2005.

  • 2005d. "'Knowing what ain't so': R. D. Laing and Thomas Szasz," Existential Analysis, 16: 113-126 (January), 2005.

  • 2005e. "What is Existential Therapy Not," Existential Analysis, 16: 127-130 (January), 2005.

  • 2005f. "'Idiots, infants, and the insane': Mental illness and legal incompetence," Journal of Medical Ethics, 31: 78-81 (February), 2005. http://jme.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/abstract/ 31/2/78?etoc.

  • 2005g. "Benjamin Rush and "Medical Marijuana." The Freeman, 55: 22-23 (March), 2005.

  • 2005h. "E-Interview," with Dominic Fannon, Psychiatric Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 29: 120 (March), 2005.

  • 2005i. "A bogus Benjamin Rush quote: Contribution to the history of pharmacracy," History of Psychiatry, 16: 89-98 (March), 2005.

  • 2005j. "College Suicide: Caveat Vendor." The Freeman, 55: 27-28 (May), 2005.

  • 2005k. "Idiots, Infants, and the Insane": Mental Illness and Legal Incompetence. The Freeman, 55: 26-27 (July-August), 2005.

  • 2005l. "Anti-Semitism" (Letters), Commentary, 120: 16 (October), 2005.

  • 2005m. "Will secularism survive?" (Symposium), Free Inquiry, 25: 43-44 (October / November), 2005.

  • 2006a. "Psychiatry: Disease inflation," The Freeman, 56: 23-24 (March), 2006.

  • 2006b. "Secular humanism and 'scientific psychiatry,'" Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, 1: 5 (April 25) 2006.

  • 2006c. "Mental Illness as brain disease: A brief history lesson," The Freeman, 56: 25-26 (May), 2006.

  • 2006d. "Bertrand Russell, C. S. Lewis, and the Existential Identity Thief," Free Inquiry, August / September, 2006.

  • 2006e. "My Madness Saved Me": The Madness and Marriage of Virginia Woolf (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2006).

  • 2006f. "Defining disease: The gold standard of disease versus the fiat standard of diagnosis." The Independent Review, 10: 325-336 (Winter), 2006.

  • 2006g. "A Rose for Emily,' a rose for Terri: The lifeless body as love object and the case of Theresa Marie Schindler Schiavo," Palliative and Supportive Care, 4, 159167, 2006.

  • 2006h. "Mental illness: Sickness or status?" The Freeman, 56: 25-26 (July / August), 2006.

  • 2006i. "Bertrand Russell, C. S. Lewis, and the existential identity thief," Free Inquiry, 26: 51-52 (August / September), 2006.

  • 2006j. "NHS reorganisations: Who's kicking whom, who's protesting?: Nothing surprising is happening ," Letters., British Journal of Medicine, 333: 752 (7 October), 2006. http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/extract/333/7571/752-a

  • 2006k. "Final analysis," Letters, The New Republic, October 9, 2006, p. 4.

  • 2006l. "The therapeutic temptation," The Freeman, 56: 27-28 (October), 2006.

  • 2006m. "Psychiatry: A Branch of the Law," The Freeman, 56: 19-20 (December), 2006.

  • 2007a. "The Titicut Follies: The forgotten story of a case of psychiatric censorship," History of Psychiatry, 18: 123-125 (March), 2007.

  • 2007b. "On Not Admitting Error," The Freeman, 57: 21-22 (March), 2007.

  • 2007c. "Therapeutic Censorship," The Freeman, 56: 25-26 (May), 2007.

  • 2007d. "Asylums Attacked as Jails" (Letters). Psychiatric News, 42: 28 (July 20), 2007.

  • 2007e. Psychiatric advance directive" (Letter), British Medical Journal, 335: 688-b-689-b (October 23, 2007).

  • 2007f. "Medicalizing quackery," The Freeman, 57: 22-23 (October), 2007.

  • 2007g. Coercion as Cure: A Critical History of Psychiatry (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2007).

  • 2007h. The Medicalization of Everyday Life: Selected Essays (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2007).

  • 2008a. "Treatments Without Diseases," The Freeman, 58: 24-25 (March), 2008.

  • 2008b. "Anti-Coercion Is Not Anti-Psychiatry," The Freeman, 58: 26-27 (May), 2008

  • 2008c. "Debunking Antipsychiatry: Laing, Law, and Largactil," Current Psychology, 27: 79-101 (June), 2008.

  • 2008d. "Debunking Antipsychiatry: Laing, Law, and Largactil," Existential Analysis, 19: 316-343 (July), 2008.

  • 2008e. "Ontology of Consciousness: Reflections on Human Nature," in Helmut Wautischer, editor, Ontology of Consciousness: Percipient Action (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008).

  • 2008f. "Psychiatry Versus Liberty," The Freeman, 58: 20-21 (July/August), 2008.

  • 2008g. "Mendacity by Metaphor," The Freeman, 58: 17-18 (October), 2008.

  • 2008h. Psychiatry: The Science of Lies (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2008).

  • 2008i. "The Burden of Responsibility," The Freeman, 58: 12-13 (December), 2008.

  • 2009a. "Psychiatric coercion" (eLetter). Journal of Medical Ethics, January 5, 2009. http://jme.bmj.com/cgi/eletters/35/1/69#2384

  • 2009b. Antipsychiatry: Psychiatry redux. (Syracuse University Press, fall, 2009).

  • 2009c "Psychiatric coercion" (eLetter). Journal of Medical Ethics, January 5, 2009. http://jme.bmj.com/cgi/eletters/35/1/69#2384.

  • 2009d "Seven Questions for Thomas Szasz," edited by Ryan Howes. January 28, 2009. Psychology Today, http://blogs.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-therapy/200901/seven-questions-thomas-szasz

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  • 2009f "Questioning One's Insanity," Liberty, 23: 27-28 (March), 2009.

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