Previous Maudsley Philosophy Group events
Details of previous Maudsley Philosophy Group events.
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The Phenomenology of Social Distancing – Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Prof Havi Carel Professor of Philosophy, University of Bristol Wednesday, 18 November 2020. 18:00 To register for the free event,…Read more.
Hallucinations as a Reality
Prof Markus Gabriel Chair of Epistemology, Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, University of Bonn Director of the International Centre for Philosophy…Read more.
Precedent autonomy and shifting identity in bipolar: metaphor; justification; philosophical impact?
Dr Tania Gergel Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow, KCL/Maudsley Philosophy Group trustee Precedent autonomy and shifting identity in bipolar: metaphor;…Read more.
Feeding & eating disorders as disorders of embodiment and identity
Prof Giovanni Stanghellini Professor of Dynamic Psychology & Psychopathology, Chieti University 06 November 2019Read more.
Updating the Biopsychosocial Model
Prof Derek Bolton Professor of Philosophy & Psychopathology, King’s College London 03 October 2019Read more.
Conceptions of Self and Metamorphosis in Greek myth
Prof Esther Eidinow, University of Bristol, Dept of Classics 6.00pm Boardroom, IoPPNRead more.
Hubris in Democratic Athens
Prof Hugh Bowden IoPPN, 04 April 2019 Professor Hugh Bowden of Ancient History, King’s College London, speaks on one of…Read more.
‘I am’ and ‘It is’: Reflections on the Embodied Subject
Professor Raymond Tallis 31 January 2019 “Human beings are neither disembodied spirits nor ghosts in biological machines. We are, as…Read more.
Mental Disorder and Autonomy: Classical and Romantic Perspectives
Dr Gareth Owen 1 November 2018 Psychiatry has long attracted interpretations from cool, detached perspectives valuing objectivity (Kraepelin, Freud, Beck,…Read more.
Stories from my patients: dementia and the philosophy of personal identity
Dr Jules MontagueRead more.