Two linked events for philosophers, scientists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals, and service users.
The International Conference in Philosophy and Psychiatry will take place in 2022
A one-day conference featuring international keynote speakers and short presentations from graduate students and recent post-doctoral researchers. Please join the waiting list (button to the right) to be notified about the upcoming event.
For a flavour of this event, previous speakers and topics for the Conference are detailed below. Future speakers for 2022 to be confirmed.
- Louis Sass on Three Dangers: Phenomenological Reflections on the Psychotherapy of Psychosis
- Shaun Gallagher on The 4As (Affect, Agency, Autonomy, Affordance), Self and Psychopathology
- Gwen Adshead on Psychotherapy with Offenders: Feeling Better or Behaving Better?
- Thomas Fuchs on Delusion and intersubjectivity. An (inter)enactive account
The Oxford Summer School in Philosophy and Psychiatry
An interactive, two-day summer school delivered by experts in the field with guest lectures and seminars. Sessions will consist of presentations by seminar leaders, and collaborative talks providing opportunities for substantial dialogue between philosophers, clinicians, scientists and others.
Previous Summer School Tutors and Topics
- Psychiatry, Phenomenology, and Qualitative Research
- Adaptive Responses to Childood Maltreatment
- Expertise by Experience
- Julie Repper (University of Nottingham and Director of ImROC)
- Risk Management and Clinical Autonomy
- Environmental Interventions in Mental Health
Events are led by members of the Oxford Faculty of Philosophy: