Addiction: A Philosophical Perspective

Addiction: A Philosophical Perspective

English | ISBN: 1137552840, 1349716197 | 2016 | 220 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

Addiction argues that addiction should be understood not as a disease but as a phenomenon that must be understood on many levels at once. Employing a complex dynamic systems approach and philosophical methodology, Shelby explains addiction as an irreducible neurobiological, psychological, developmental, environmental, and sociological phenomenon.


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