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Volume 29 • Number 1

January 2015

The Moral and Political implications of the DSM-5


Guest Editor: Daniel D. Moseley



Guest Editor’s Introduction  
The Moral and Political Implications of the DSM-5 1
Daniel D. Moseley  
The DSM-5 Definition of Mental Disorder 5
Devin Singh and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong  
Psychological Justice: DSM-5, False Positive Diagnosis, and Fair Equality of Opportunity 32
Jerome C. Wakefield  
Revision and Representation: The Controversial Case of DSM-5 76
Dominic Sisti and Rebecca Johnson  
Hyponarrativity and Context-Specific Limitations of the DSM-5 109
Şerife Tekin and Melissa Mosko  


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