At one point, Solomon writes of the Mad Pride movement, which advocates a low-intervention, self-determined approach to schizophrenia and other mental conditions, partly on the ground that everyone ought to have control of his own mind, even if it’s subject to hallucinations. (The movement has little clinical support.) Most of us have the sense that this is not the most helpful approach, that it is better to treat schizophrenic Cousin Sandoval than to shrug and turn him loose with his delusions. But how is this different from requiring a dwarf to submit to a stretching rack?
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