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Philippe Pinel - bibliography

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Biography

French physician and psychiatrist, born April 20, 1745, Saint-André, département Tarn; died October 25, 1826, Paris.

Bibliography

  • Nosographie philosophique ou méthode de l'analyse appliquée à la médecine.
    Paris, an VII (1798). 6th edition in 3 volumes, 1818.
    German translation, Copenhagen, 1799-1800; Tübingen 1700-1800; Kassel, 1829-1830.
    "Philosphical Classification of Diseases"
  • Recherches et observations sur le traitement moral des aliénés.
    Mémoires de la Société médicale d'émulation de Paris, an VII (1799); 2: 215-255. an VII???
  • Traité médico-philosophique sur l'aléniation mentale ou la manie.
    Paris, Richard, Caille & Ravier, an IX, (1801). 2nd edition, Paris, J. A. Brosson, 1809. German translation, Wien, 1801.
    A Treatise on Insanity.
    Translated from French by D. D. Davis. New York: Published under the Auspices of the Library of the New York Academy of Medicine by Hafner Publishing Co., 1962.
  • La médecine clinique rendue plus précise et plus exacte par l'application de l'analyse, ou recueil et résultat d’observations des maladies aigues faites à la Salpêtrière.
    Paris, 1802, 1804, 1815. German translation, Bayreuth, 1803.
  • Resultats d'observations et construction des tables pour servir à déterminer le degré de probailité de la guérison des aliénés.
    Mémoires de la classe des sciences mathématiques et physiques de l'Institut. 1807: 169-205.
  • Adynamie. Dictionnaire des sciences médicales, 1812, 1: 161-163. Some works referred to or quoted from:
  • William Cullen:
    Synopsis nosologiae methodica, etc.
    Edinburgi, 1769. 4th edition, in two volumes, Edinburgh: Apud Guilielmum Creech, 1785.
    English translation, 1800. Best English edition by John Thompson, 1814.
  • David Macbride:
    Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Physick.
    London, 1772; 2nd edition in two volumes, Dublin, 1776.
    Latin translation in two volumes by J. F. Closs, Utrecht, 1774; Basel, 1783; German, Leipzig, 1783; French by Petit-Radel, Paris, 1787.
  • Erasmus Darwin:
    Zoonomia; or, the laws of organic life.
    2 volumes. London, 1794-1796.
    Appeared in several English and American editions.
  • Sir Alexander Crichton:
    An Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Mental Derangement, Comprehending a Concise System of the Physiology and Pathology of the Human Mind, and a History of the Passions and their Effects.
    2 volumes, London, 1798. German translation, Leipzig, 1798. 2nd annotated and expanded German edition by Johann Christoph Hoffbauer (1766-1827), Leipzig, 1810.
    Dutch translation by L. Bicker, Rotterdam, 1802. Biographical:
  • F. J. V. Broussais:
    Examen de la doctrine médicale généralement adoptée et des systems moderne de nosologie.
    Paris, 1816.
  • P. Chabbert:
    Philippe Pinel à Paris (jusqu'a sa nomination à Bicêtre.
    Comptes rendus du XIXe Congrès international de l'histoire de la médecine. Basel, 1966: 589-595.
  • R. Sémelaigne:
    Biography. Thèse de Paris, 188, No. 160.
    Aliénistes et philanthropes, les Pinel et les Tuke. Paris, 1912.
  • H. Lechler:
    Philippe Pinel. Seine Familie, seine Jugend- und Studienjahre.
    München, 1960.
  • Walther Riese (1890-1976)
    Philippe Pinel (1745-1826), His Views on Human Nature and Disease, His Medical Thought.
    Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease; Baltimore), October 1951, 114 no. 4: 313-323.
    An Outline of a History of Ideas in Psychotherapy.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Baltimore, September-October 1951, 25, no. 5: 442-456.
    The legacy of Philippe Pinel; an inquiry into thought on mental alienation New York, Springer Pub. Co., 1969.
  • M. Foucault:
    Histoire de la folie à l'âge classique. Paris, 1961.
    Naissance de la clinique, une archéologie du regard médical. Paris, 1963.
  • E. H. Ackerknecht:
    Medicine at the Paris Hospital 1794-1848. Baltimore, 1967.
  • H. Baruk:
    La psychiatrie française de Pinel à nos jours. Paris, 1967.
  • J. Vinchon:
    Philippe Pinel- Commentaires sur dix grands de la médecine française. Paris, 1968: 89-106.
  • René Semelaigne:
    Philippe Pinel et son oeuvre au point de vue de la médecine mentale.
    In the series Classics in Psychiatry. New York, Arno Press, 1976. Reprint of the 1888 edition published by Imprimeries Réunies, Paris. Les pionniers de la psychiatrie française avant et après Pinel.
    2 volumes. Paris, Baillière, 1930.
    A history of French psychiatry from Jean Fernel (1497-1558) to the end of the 19th century, focused around the work of each pioneer. Semelaigne was the great grand nephew of Pinel.
  • Robert H. Curtis:
    Great lives : medicine.
    New York, Scribner's; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, 1993 Edition.

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