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This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. He founded what was known as the Algiers School of psychiatry , which attempted to justify the inherent racism in the French colonial mission in Algiers on the basis that Algerians, i. Frantz Fanon discusses his theories and the impact on Algerian colonial society in his book, The Wretched of the Earth. He says that the order for the exterimination did not originate from any one person or authority; it grew almost spontaneously from "an accumulation of interstitial abominations", chiefly based on "indigenous psychiatry", of which Antoine Porot was the ultimate source: "It is however in the colonial situations that the poison of the integrism of the gene has found more durably its ground of election. Thus, in French Algeria, until the s, the school of racist psychiatry called "Algiers" developed. The real inspiration was Antoine Porot, who, let us emphasize it in passing, wrote at that time works crossed with Dr.
Le regard colonial de l’École psychiatrique d’Alger
La psychiatrie coloniale au service des théories raciales : un texte d’Antoine Porot