Faculty Writing: On Netflix’s Sex Education; the “Psychiatrization” of Mental Experience; and the Concepts Livelihood, Poverty, and Renunciation in the Islamic Economic Tradition

In Dissent, Sophie Lewis reviews Sex Education, a show that’s less about sex than it is “sophisticated sexual prudence”; in Mad in America, Jenny Logan critiques the “psychiatrization” of ever more mental phenomena and experiences; and in Maydan, a journal of Islamic thought, Sami Al-Daghistani examines the concepts of Livelihood, Poverty, and Renunciation in the Islamic economic tradition.

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