The Maudsley Philosophy Group podcast series
The Maudsley Philosophy Group has organised a series of seminars and high profile lectures which bring together clinicians and researchers with philosophers and public intellectuals.
Listen back to recordings from previous seminars and lectures, and be sure to follow us to be notified when new recordings become available.
Peter Pomerantsev: Power, Personality and Populism: Perspectives from Media
Prof Hugh Bowden: Hubris in Democratic Athens
Prof Raymond Tallis: 'I am' and 'It is': Reflections on the Embodied Subject
Dr Gareth Owen: Mental Disorder and Autonomy: Classical and Romantic Perspectives
Dr Tania Gergel: Ulysses contracts - Homer's Odyssey, fluctuating capacity and advance decision-making in psychiatry
Prof Tim Crane: What is Consciousness?
Prof Raymond Tallis: How Can We Possibly Be Free?
Prof Roger Scruton: First-person awareness and the human condition
Prof David Papineau: Could There Be a Science of Consciousness?
Prof John Gray: Science as a vehicle for myth