Items where SHU Author is "Morgan, Alastair"

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STACEY, Gemma, FELTON, Anne, MORGAN, Alastair, STICKLEY, Theo, WILLIS, Martin, DIAMOND, Bob, HOUGHTON, Philip, JOHNSON, Beverley and DUMENYA, John (2016). A critical narrative analysis of shared decision-making in acute, in-patient mental health care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 30 (1), 35-41.

MORGAN, Alastair (2015). Is psychiatry dying? : crisis and critique in contemporary psychiatry. Social theory and health, 13 (2), 141-161.

MORGAN, Alastair (2014). Mere life, damaged life and ephemeral life: adorno and the concept of life. Angelaki-journal of the theoretical humanities, 19 (1), 113-127.

MORGAN, Alastair (2014). The 'living entity': reification and forgetting. European Journal of Social Theory, 17 (4), 377-388.

MORGAN, Alastair and FELTON, Anne (2013). From constructive engagement to coerced recovery. In: Madness contested: Power and practice. Ross-on-wye UK, PCCS, 56-73.

MORGAN, Alastair (2012). Three trajectories in the encounter between philosophy and madness. Transgressive Culture, 2 (1).

MORGAN, Alastair (2010). Schizophrenia reification and deadened life. History of the Human Sciences, 23 (5), 176-193.

TIMMONS, S, MORGAN, Alastair, EDGLEY, A and PARK, J (2009). Teaching philosophy to postgraduate nursing students. Discourse. Learning and teaching in philosophical and religious studies, 9 (1), 183-195.

MORGAN, Alastair (2009). ‘A figure of annihilated human existence’: Adorno and Agamben on gesture. Law and Critique, 20 (3), 299-307.

MORGAN, Alastair, ed. (2008). Being Human: reflections on mental distress in society. Ross-on-Wye United Kingdom, PCCS Books.

MORGAN, Alastair (2007). Petrified Life. Adorno and Agamben. Radical Philosophy, 141, 23-33.

MORGAN, Alastair (2007). Adorno's concept of life. Continuum studies in Continental philosophy . London and New York, Continuum Press.

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