Matthew Ratcliffe: How Anxiety Produces Verbal Hallucinations (Philosophy of Medicine Seminar, King’s College, 25 March 2014)

The next King’s College London Philosophy of Medicine seminar will be held 25th March, 13.30 – 15.00, Virginia Woolf Building, Room 7.17 (Building F on this map) Professor Matthew Ratcliffe, Durham University How Anxiety Produces Verbal Hallucinations This paper addresses the phenomenology of verbal hallucinations, focusing on the role of anxiety. Pronounced feelings of anxiety Read more…

Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Inaugural Conference (Durham University, Friday 18 October 2013)

Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Inaugural Conference Friday 18 October 2013 Senate Room, University College, Durham University 1:30pm – 6.15 followed by a drinks reception Prof. Nancy Cartwright & Prof. Julian Reiss Introductions CHESS Directors, Durham University Prof. Philip Kitcher Irresoluble Uncertainty Department of Philosophy, Columbia University Read more…

Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen & Eline Thornquist (Seminar, University of Bristol, 24 September 2013)

University of Bristol Philosophy of Medicine & Medical Humanities Seminars 2013-14 Silent body – Speaking mind: how to transcend this schism? Anna Luise Kirkengen MD PhD1, Eline Thornquist PhD2 Tuesday 24 September, 5.00-6.30 Room G16, Cotham House, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol (1) General Practice Research Unit, Department of Read more…

‘Made Up People’: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Labelling and the Construction of People in Post-War History (Conference, Warwick, 25 October 2013)

Registration has now opened for those wishing to attend a one-day conference on ‘Made Up People’: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Labelling and the Construction of People in Post-War History to be held in the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Warwick on 25th October 2013.  A key note speech Read more…