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Tuesday, May 08, 2018

CfP: Lancaster - Philosophy of Psychiatry Work in Progress Day 2018

Thursday 31st May 2018

PhD students and more established academics are invited to present work in progress in the philosophy of psychiatry (20 min talks, 10 mins discussion). Paper slots will be given out on a first come, first served basis. If you’d like to give a paper please email Rachel Cooper (r.v.cooper AT lancaster.ac.uk) with a title. There is no budget for this workshop, so speakers will need to cover their own expenses!

Speakers accepted so far are:

  • Hane Maung (Manchester) – Is suicide a psychiatric problem?
  • Richard Hassall (Sheffield) – What does a psychiatric diagnosis mean for those who are given a diagnosis?
  • Phoebe Friesen (Oxford) – Distancing medically assisted dying and suicide: Is it justified?
  • Rachel Cooper (Lancaster) – Puzzles in psychiatric classification
  • Sam Fellowes (Lancaster) – Continuity and discontinuity in the history of psychiatry
An up-to-date list of accepted papers can be found here:

http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/bioethics-and-philosophy-of-medicine/2018/04/20/cfp-lancaster-philosophy-of-psychiatry-work-in-progress-day-2018/


My source: Philos-L

 

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