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The necessity and risks of diagnosis. Epistemological implications

Paul Verhaeghe (UGent)
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Verhaeghe, Paul. 1992. “The Necessity and Risks of Diagnosis. Epistemological Implications.” In Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the Mentally Handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, Mei, 98–107.
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Verhaeghe, Paul. (1992). The necessity and risks of diagnosis. Epistemological implications. Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the mentally handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, mei (pp. 98–107).
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Verhaeghe P. The necessity and risks of diagnosis. Epistemological implications. Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the mentally handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, mei. 1992. p. 98–107.
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Verhaeghe, Paul. “The Necessity and Risks of Diagnosis. Epistemological Implications.” Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the Mentally Handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, Mei. 1992. 98–107. Print.
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  author       = {Verhaeghe, Paul},
  booktitle    = {Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the mentally handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, mei},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {98--107},
  title        = {The necessity and risks of diagnosis. Epistemological implications},
  year         = {1992},
}