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Table Of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1. Nasty, Brutish, and Short: Criminal Trials before the Lawyer
Chapter 2. Delusion and Its Discontents
Chapter 3.When Practitioners Become Professionals: The Alienists’ Claim to Knowledge
Chapter 4. The Diagnosis in the Dock
Chapter 5. The Witness Takes the Stand
Chapter 6. Homicidal Mania: Provenance and Cultural Context
Chapter 7. The View from the Bench: Judicial Discretion and Forensic-Psychiatric Evidence Conclusion. On the Origins of Diagnosis
Notes
Index