- Title Pages
- 1 <i>Eating Disorders: Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa</i>
- 2 <i>Paternalism v. Respect for Autonomy</i>
- 3 <i>Is Pathological Behaviour Caused by Mental Illness</i> <i>?</i>
- 4 Scientific Understanding of Eating Disorders
- 5 <i>Lightness and Eating Disorders</i>
- 6 <i>The Value of Lightness</i>
- 7 <i>The Role of Expectations in the Genesis of Eating Disorders</i>
- 8 <i>The Society of the Person with Eating Disorders</i>
- 9 <i>Victims or Persecutors? The Moral Logic at the Heart of Eating Disorders</i>
- 10 <i>A Critique of the Systemic and Sociological Approaches to Eating Disorders</i>
- 11 <b><i>Eating or Treating? Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Eating Disorders</i></b>
- 12 <i>Autonomy and Control in Eating Disorders</i>
- 13 Anorexia Nervosa and Refusal of Life‐Saving Interventions
- 14 Conclusions: The Need for Change
- Understanding Eating Disorders
- Oxford University Press
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