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Rehabilitation: ‘The Ship of Fools’?

  • Tom Mason
  • Dave Mercer
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Abstract

Within the concept of rehabilitation there looms large a fundamental question: from what, to what? From madness to sanity, from bad to good, from sickness to health, from abnormal to normal, from irrational to rational, and so on, are all tenets constitutive of this positional question.

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