Thomas Szasz Materials
Thomas Szasz, M.D. Publications list
Curriculum Vitae of Thomas S. Szasz
Portrait of Thomas Szasz by Jerome P. Witkin
"Liberty and/or Psychiatry 40 Years After
The Myth of Mental Illness
A special symposium in honor of Thomas Szasz's 80th Birthday, April 15, 2000
The Illegitimacy of the "Psychiatric Bible"
The Medicalization of Suicide
The Art and Science of Pseudology
The Shame of Medicine: Acquittal by Psychiatry
The Shame of Medicine: Alan Turing Redux
The shame of medicine: Conviction by psychiatry
The shame of medicine: The depravity of psychiatry
The shame of medicine: The case of Alan Turing
The therapeutic state - The burden of responsibility
The therapeutic state - Mendacity by metaphor
The therapeutic state -- Psychiatry versus liberty
Anti-coercion is not anti-psychiatry
Treatments without diseases
The medicalization of everyday life
On not admitting error
Psychiatry: A branch of the law
The therapeutic temptation
Mental illness: Sickness or status?
"Fear and folly: Bertrand Russell, C.S. Lewis, and the existential identity thief"
"Mental illness as brain disease: A brief history lesson"
"Taking drug laws seriously, II"
"Psychiatry: Disease Inflation"
"The Mad-Genius Controversy"
Liberty, not secularism, is the issue. In "Will secularism survive?" (Symposium).
Free Inquiry, 25
, 43-44 (October/November).
"'Idiots, infants, and the insane': Mental illness and legal incompetence."
e-interview by Dominic Fannon,
, Royal College of Psychiatrists, March, 2005, p. 120, London, England
"A jó pszichiáter olyan, mint a pincér."
, 2004. június 12., Szerzo: Féderer Ágnes
Remarks at the 35th Anniversary and Human Rights Award Dinner, Citizens Commission on Human Rights International, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, February 28, 2004
"College Suicide: Caveat Vendor"
"Benjamin Rush and 'Medical Marijuana'"
"Drugs and Freedom" (1973) PBS film with William Buckley
"A House of Aces"
Taking Dialogue as Therapy Seriously: "Words Are the Essential Tool of Treatment"
Court decisions regarding mental health law citing the views of Thomas Szasz
Obesity in the Young
On Autogenic Diseases
Self-Ownership or Suicide Prevention?
Civil Liberties and Civil Commitment
Taking Drug Laws Seriously, II
Marijuana Medicalization: Bad Cause, Bad Faith
Psychiatry and the Control of Dangerousness: On the Apotropaic Function of the Term "Mental Illness"
The Psychiatric Protection Order for the "Battered Mental Patient"
Unequal Justice for All
The Secular Cure of Souls: "Analysis" or Dialogue?
The Cure of Souls in the Therapeutic State
The Myth of Health Insurance
Remembering Psychiatric Patient's Civil Rights
Parity or Prevarication?
Thomas Szasz: In Conversation with Alan Kerr
Opiate of the Masses
Taking Drug Laws Seriously
Mental Illness: From Shame to Pride
Straight Talk About Suicide
Hayek and Psychiatry
The Maternity Hospital and the Mental Hospital
The Psychiatrist as Accomplice
'Suicide Bomber,' to Be Precise
Otto Szász, Thomas Szasz's Uncle
Parity for Mental Illness, Disparity for Mental Patients
Rothbard on Szasz
Patient or Prisoner?
Kevorkian warps the value he touts
Mises on Psychiatry
"Thumbs on the Parity Scale for Psychiatrists" by Thomas Szasz
"Assisted Suicide is Bootleg Suicide"
"Thomas Szasz, MD: Philosopher, Psychiatrist, Libertarian" by Eric V.D. Luft, Ph.D., M.L.S.
Mental Illness: Psychiatry's Phlogiston
The Lying Truths of Psychiatry
Beware of Pharmacracy
The Psychiatric Collaborator as 'Critic'
The Bought Mind
A photograph of Thomas Szasz autographing the new Hungarian translation of
in Budapest, Hungary, June 2001
Against Behaviorism: A Review of B. F. Skinner's book
The Myth of Mental Illness.
, 15, 113-118
"Placebos, Healing and a Mother's Kiss"
State University of New York, Upstate Medical University, Honorary Degree Recipient's Remarks, May 21, 2001
SUNY Doctor of Science Diploma, May 20, 2001
SUNY Citation, May 20, 2001
SUNY Graduation Program Bios, May 20, 2001
Commencement Address by Thomas S. Szasz at Towson University on May 23, 1999
Conferring of the Honorary Degree at Towson University on May 23, 1999
Kevorkian, Lies, and Suicide
The Therapeutic State: The Tyranny of Pharmacracy
With Friends Like These, Pity America's Kids
Anatomy of a Teenage Shooting
Affirmative Chemical Action
Public Schools as Drug Delivery Systems
Creativity and Criminality: The Two Faces of Responsibility
Progress in Pain Relief
Chemical Straitjackets for Children
Remembering Masturbatory Insanity
Does Insanity "Cause" Crime?
Is Mental Illness a Disease?
The Hazards of Truth-Telling
Suicide as a Moral Issue
Mental Disorders are Not Diseases
Szasz's "Ceremonial Chemistry" published in Hungarian
Fatal Freedom: The Ethics and Politics of Suicide
The Moral Physician
The Political Legitimation of Quackery
The Marijuana Referendums: Bolstering the Therapeutic State
The Foucault Tribunal on the State of Psychiatry
The Case Against Psychiatric Coercion
The Healing Word: Its Past, Present, And Future
The Control of Conduct: Authority versus Autonomy
The Myth of Psychotherapy (on audiotape)
Audiotapes from the lectures at The Los Angeles Center for Traumatic Stress and Sudden Bereavement, September 25, 1999
The War on Drugs is Lost (from National Review)
Thomas S. Szasz Cybercenter for Liberty and Responsibility:
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