Philosophy & Medicine Reading Group
9 February 2018 - 17:00-18:00
- Wakefield, Jerome C. (2017). “Addiction and the concept of disorder, part 1: why addiction is a medical disorder”. Neuroethics 10, p. 39-53. (link)
- Lewis, Marc (2017). “What Evolution Intended? Reply to Wakefield”. Neuroethics 10, p. 69-70. (link)
Convener: Tuomas Pernu
Room 508 (typically), Philosophy Building, Strand, King’s College London
The Philosophy & Medicine Reading Group discusses topics at the intersection of philosophy and medicine, with a special focus on Causal Explanation in Psychiatry. We will base our discussion in each session on a paper. All members of the group are welcome to suggest relevant reading. Please do feel free to participate even if you have not been able to read the material or have missed a meeting. If you would like to suggest specific readings, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the group convener, Dr Tuomas Pernu by email.
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