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St Cross Symposium in Philosophy of Psychiatry

at St Cross College, Oxford on Thursday 28th May, 9.30am 7.00pm

Programme:

9.30-10.00am

Registration and welcome by Prof Andrew Goudie, Master of St Cross College                 

10.00am-11.15am

Prof Martin Davies, (Oxford), Explaining pathologies of belief: The two-factor framework
Commentary by Prof Louis C. Charland, (Western Ontario)

11.15am-11.30am  Coffee Break
11.30am-12.45pm 

Prof Tim Thornton, (UCLAN), The everyday uncanny and the Sassian project
Commentary by Prof Werdie van Staden, (Pretoria)
-- Morning sessions chaired by Prof Tony Hope, (Oxford)

12.45pm-2.30pm

Lunch to be provided at St Cross College

2.30pm-3.45pm 

Dr Tim Bayne, (Oxford), Schizophrenia and the unity of consciousness
Commentary by Dr Hanna Pickard, (Oxford)

3.45pm-4.00pm Coffee Break
4.00pm-5.15pm

Prof John Campbell, (Berkeley), Causation in Psychiatry
Commentary by Dr Matthew Broome, (Warwick)
-- Afternoon sessions chaired by Prof Bill Fulford, (Oxford/Warwick)

5.15pm-7.00pm  Wine reception for delegates at St Cross College

 

Registration is free, but numbers are limited. Lunch will be provided. To register, please contact the Events Office, St Cross College (events@stx.ox.ac.uk / 01865 278 480), stating any dietary requirements.

Organisers: Will Davies, Martin Davies, Bill Fulford.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of The Laces Trust, St Cross College, and Oxford University Press.

Co-sponsored by the Philosophy and Humanities Section of the World Psychiatric Association.

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