A pdf version of this call for applications can be accessed here.
The Executive Council of the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry (AAPP) is looking for a new Editor-in-Chief (EIC) for its official journal, Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology (PPP).
If you are interested in this position, please submit an application package to the search committee chair, Robyn Bluhm, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application should include (1) a letter outlining your editorial experience and your vision for the journal, and should be guided by the description of the
We are writing to solicit volunteers to serve on a Selection Committee to choose the next Editor-in-Chief of the journal Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology (PPP). The current Editor-in-Chief, John Sadler, has announced that he will be stepping down from the position.
The Selection Committee is chosen by the Executive Council of the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry (AAPP). The full AAPP bylaws for the selection of the Editor-in-Chief of PPP are available here.
To volunteer to serve on the committee, please send an email to both Christian Perring
The Berlin chapter of the AAPP (established in 2023) is a working group that welcomes clinicians, philosophers, and scientists who are interested in the Philosophy of Psychiatry. The chapter's main focus is to explore psychiatric topics through the lens of the Philosophy of Mind Sciences.
The organization aims to arrange online meetings for various purposes, including discussions of publications related to the philosophy of psychiatry, talks by scientists and philosophers, AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions with distinguished authors in the field of philosophy of psychiatry, and online
The Anorexia Enigma at the Interface between Philosophy and Psychology
Anorexia Nervosa (AN) has not received much attention in philosophical research. The current literature on AN includes a wide range of empirical, clinical, socio-cultural, and (bio)ethical reflections, but little theoretical and epistemological investigation. The upcoming volume will examine the perceptual and cognitive factors that contribute to AN and the effects of their interactions or penetrability.
The boundary between perception and belief is never clear-cut. Distortions of bodily schemas and
Madness: A Philosophical Exploration is a new book by philosopher Justin Garson published on March 22, 2022 by Oxford University Press.
Since the time of Hippocrates, madness has typically been viewed through the lens of disease, dysfunction, and defect. Madness, like all other disease, happens when something in the mind, or in the brain, does not operate the way that it should or as nature intended. In this paradigm, the role of the healer is simply to find the dysfunction and fix it. This remains the dominant perspective in global psychiatry today.
Dominic Murphy and Alexander Pereira review the book Towards a Philosophical Approach to Psychiatry: The Writings of Kenneth Kendler, edited by Kenneth Kendler and Peter Zachar (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019) for the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science:
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology (vol. 28, iss. 2)
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The Guilt-Free Psychopath
Psychopathy and Lack of Guilt
Tom A. Widiger
Validity of Data as Precondition for Evidence
A Methodological Analysis of What Is Taken to Count as Evidence in Psychotherapy Research
Femke Lara Truijens, Melissa Miléna De Smet, Mattias Desmet, & Reitske Meganck
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology (vol. 28, iss. 1)
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Philosophical Case Conference
I AM SCHIZOPHRENIC, BELIEVE IT OR NOT!
A dialogue about the importance of recognition
Lorenzo Gilardi & Giovanni Stanghellini
From Diagnosis to Therapeutic Empathy
A Journey into Recognition
Curing Psychiatry’s Schizophrenia
A Commentary in Values-based-PHD Mental Health Practice
KWM (Bill) Fulford
From the Dialectics of Recognition to Common Humanity
The COVID-19 Pandemic presents unique challenges for patients with mental disorders, their care givers, mental healthcare professionals, and bioethicists. Professor John Z. Sadler and Professor Şerife Tekin engage in a productive exchange pertaining to ethical issues in psychiatric care in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In what follows you will read a psychiatric case shared by Professor Sadler based on his recent experience at his hospital and Professor Tekin’s reflections on the ethical issues involved in the case. It is important to note here that this exchange occurred on April 1