Bruce E. Levine

Bruce E. Levine, a practicing clinical psychologist, writes and speaks about how society, culture, politics, and psychology intersect. His most recent book is A Profession Without Reason: The Crisis of Contemporary Psychiatry—Untangled and Solved by Spinoza, Freethinking, and Radical Enlightenment (2022). His Web site is brucelevine.net

Killing “Schizophrenics”: Contemporary U.S. Psychiatry Versus Nazi Psychiatry

Stripped of False Realities: Americans’ Political “Psychotic Break”

Naked Cynicism—Can I Be Bribed to Vote for a Phony, Hedge-Fund Loving Warmonger?

Psychiatry’s “Defect Model of Mental Illness:” a Path for Those it Has Failed

Who’s the Real “Menace to Society”? Journalist or Leading Psychiatrist?

Psychiatry’s Manufacture of Consent

A Mental Health Declaration of Independence

How 7 Historic Figures Overcame Depression Without Doctors

To Vote or Not to Vote?

A Sane Approach to Psychiatric Drugs

The Battle for Brooklyn

The MIC at 50

Youth Subdued

The Ten Fold Path

Toward a Liberation Psychology

Phil Ochs, Tom Paine and American Redemption

5 Myths About Depression Treatments

How Psychologists Profit on Unending U.S. Wars

Drugging Poor Kids

The Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America

Drugged Warriors

Are Americans Too Broken for the Truth to Set Us Free?

Protect Us From Our Friends