Department of Philosophy

Mind, Mental Health, and Epistemic Injustice

Location
Humanities A03
Date(s)
Wednesday 20th July 2022 (11:30-17:00)
Contact

craig.french@nottingham.ac.uk 

ian.kidd@nottingham.ac.uk

Registration URL
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mind-mental-health-and-epistemic-injustice-tickets-367454916547
Description

Generously sponsored by the Aristotelian Society, and the Analysis Trust, this workshop has been organised by Ian James Kidd and Craig French (Philosophy, University of Nottingham)

Speakers and titles:

  • Ellie Harris (University of Birmingham) – “Delusions: Epistemic Injustice and Epistemic Vigilance”
  • Louise Richardson (University of York) – “Collective Grief”
  • Ian James Kidd (University of Nottingham) – “Epistemic injustices and psychiatric research and practice”
  • Craig French (University of Nottingham) – “On the Myth of Psychotherapy”

All are welcome to attend. Please register using the link above.

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