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What the DSM-III adds to the Kraepelian approach of its predecessors to make it more Kraepelinian are the following features: a) internal medicine as the aspirational medical model; b) the causal priority of brain mechanisms; c) etiology as the ideal end of the scientific process; d) emphasis on rigorous clinical description and differential diagnosis to identify mental disorders (Compton and Guze 1995). The fundamental commonality between Kraepelin, the neo-Kraepelinians, and the DSM-III was the assumption that by improving the diagnostic procedures, real entities of nature could be enucleated in a way that would support the discovery of the underlying etiopathologies.
The main epistemological questions posed by recent debate about psychiatric nosology in general, and the DSMs in particular, are the following: (a) What does it mean to assert that a psychiatric classification is atheoretical? Are there theoretical stances subtending the DSMs? And what kind of theories are they? (b) Beginning with the DSM-III, the manuals are usually considered neo-Kraepelinian. What exactly is meant by Kraepelinian, and how was the DSM-III more Kraepelinian than its predecessors?