“We are living in an age in which the ground is shifting and the foundations are shaking. I cannot answer for other times and places. Perhaps it has always been so. We know it is true today.” (1990a, p. 108). Laing, R.D. 1990a. The Politics of Experience and The Bird of Paradise. London: Penguin.
- Article: “How a rebellious introvert grew up to become an iconoclastic psychiatrist, and how he ultimately fell from grace” by Perry Meisel. Based on The Wing of Madnss: The Life and Work of R. D. Laing by Daniel Burston, 275pp. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
- Listing of related sites from the Unofficial R.D. Laing Website
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