The Global Shaping of Experience in an Age of Psychopharmacology
Edited by Janis H. Jenkins
$34.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-38-0 March 2011
This book addresses a critical contemporary issue—the worldwide proliferation of pharmaceutical use. The contributors explore questions such as: How are culturally constituted selves transformed by regular ingestion of pharmaceutical drugs? Does “being human” increasingly come to mean not only oriented to drugs but also created and regulated by them? From the standpoint of cultural phenomenology, does this reshape human “being”?