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The necessity and risks of diagnosis. Epistemological implications

Paul Verhaeghe UGent (1992) Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the mentally handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, mei. p.98-107
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Flanders Report East Europe, Seminar on the mentally handicapped in Flanders (Belgium), Gent, mei
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98-107 pages
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English
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227564
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-227564
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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},
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Chicago
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.
APA
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).
Vancouver
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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.
MLA
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.