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Philosophy of Psychiatry WIP Workshop

Date: 10 January 2008 Time: 11.00am

Philosophy of Psychiatry WIP Workshop

10th January 2008

Lancaster University, UK

Supported by the British Society for the Philosophy of Science

The workshop aims to enable both PhD students and established researchers working in the philosophy of psychiatry to share work in progress papers. This event is free and open to anyone who is conducting research in the philosophy of psychiatry. Places are limited however. Please email Rachel Cooper

Confirmed speakers:

Natalie Banner (UCLAN) - Dementia and the space of reasons

Charlotte Blease (Belfast) - Scientific reasoning, folk reasoning, and PTSD

Lisa Bortolotti (Birmingham) - Thought-insertion: memory and self-knowledge

Matthew Broome (Warwick) Virtual reality as a tool to study paranoia: how natural is the natural attitude?

Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) - Psychiatry and reductionism

Zoe Drayson (Bristol) - Extended cognition and Alzheimer's

Tim Thornton (UCLAN) - On Empathy

Floris Tomasinni (Lancaster/UCLAN) - Are certain motivations towards suicide understandable and justifiable?

Miffy Williams (Manchester) - Dealing with plurality in explanation of depression

Some more slots for papers are available. Currently we expect to run from 11am to 5pm, but the day may be extended slightly if further papers are submitted.


Who can attend: Anyone


Further information

Organising departments and research centres: Philosophy


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