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    In Place of the Self: How Drugs Work

    £25.00
    This volume answers numerous questions about drugs and drug use. It looks at why heroin, alcohol, hashish, ecstacy, LSD and tobacco are attractive substances for so many people, and why the unusual, visionary and "high" experiences are important to users of drugs.
    ISBN: 9781903458266
    AuthorRon Dunselman
    Pub Date18/12/2006
    BindingPaperback
    Pages299
    Availability: In Stock

    Why are heroin, alcohol, hashish, ecstacy, LSD and tobacco attractive substances for so many people? Why are unusual, visionary and "high" experiences so important to users? How can we understand such experiences? How can we understand such experiences? This volume comprehensively answers these and other questions about drugs and drug use.

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    Why are heroin, alcohol, hashish, ecstacy, LSD and tobacco attractive substances for so many people? Why are unusual, visionary and "high" experiences so important to users? How can we understand such experiences? How can we understand such experiences? This volume comprehensively answers these and other questions about drugs and drug use.