From ‘check your privilege’ to ‘check our fantasies’

Zahi Zalloua has a chapter in his book, Žižek on Race: Toward an Anti-Racist Future, titled “Liberal Multiculturalism: From ‘Checking Your Privilege’ to ‘Checking our Fantasy’.” I came across Zalloua’s book when listening to an interview with him on the New Books in Psychoanalysis podcast. Intrigued by this shift in emphasis from ‘privilege’ to ‘fantasies’, […]

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The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Community-Based Treatment: Implications for Patient Privacy and Autonomy

Essay written for a law class… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For people with mental illness (i.e., psychosocial disability[1]), involuntary hospital confinement and/or treatment is a matter of significant concern, infringing on their right to bodily integrity, liberty, and privacy.[2] Quebec courts have compared civil confinement to imprisonment[3] and consider forced confinement and treatment orders as exceptional limitations to […]

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