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Madness was decoded into mental illness in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, implying the possibility of lack of Reason, "crazy". So mental patients were unable of the complete reason and therefore free choice; thus, arised the asylum paradigm, so as to isolate the "crazy" in a psychiatric institution because of mental alienation.
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