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Elizabeth Schechter

Introducing Plurals

Daniel Buchman

Chronic Pain as a Disease of the Brain and the Implications for Stigma

Quill Kukla

Healthism, Elite Capture, and the Pitfalls of an Expansive Notion of Health

Sofia Jeppsson

Why would I want to stay in this world? The impact of the environment on severity, management, and motivation.

Jennifer Radden

“Immature faculties" :

Anorexia Nervosa in the developing mind

Philip Gerrans

Pain Suffering and the Self

Robert Chapman

On Neurodivergent Power

Quinn Hiroshi Gibson

Two Kinds of Depression, Two Kinds of Normativity

Elyn Saks

Schizophrenia and I :

Making Peace with my Mental Illness

Nick Haslam

Concept creep and mental illness

John Sadler

Folk metaphysical assumptions and the generation of formative cultural tropes in mental health and criminal justice.

Robyn Bluhm

CDeep brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy, and the self 

Dominic Murphy

Nature and Construction in Psychiatry

Diane O’Leary

Can Philosophy of Mind Improve Psychiatry? 


de Haan

Self-illness ambiguity & self-medication ambiguity in depression: A case for relational authenticity?

Mona Gupta

What is the difference between medical assistance in dying and suicide?

Steeves Demazeux

Debunking the old myth

of the psychiatric symptom as a “signifier”

Hane Maung

Mental Dysfunction and the Matching Problem

Kengo Miyazono

Group Delusion and Folie à Deux

Aude Bandini

Functional neurological disorders : it’s in your head, but not quite.

Nev Jones

Exemplars, thresholds and fetishes:

De-politicizing psychopathology within

the philosophy of psychiatry

Miriam Solomon

Towards an Ameliorative Account of Psychiatric Disorder

John Greenwood

Etiology, Distress and Disability, and Dysfunction in DSM III-DSM-5

Awais Aftab

“Disorder” and the Legitimacy of Medicine

Lisa Bortolotti

The Agential Stance: How to support young people in mental health clinical encounters

Kathryn Tabb

& Lara Keuck

Scoping Psychiatry

Jonathan Y. Tsou

Natural Kinds, Projectability, and Levels of Psychiatric Classification

Natalia Washington

Square Pegs, Round holes: the problem of ‘naturalized norms’ in accounts of well-being

Peter Zachar

Operational Definitions, Open Concepts, and the Re-emergence of Nonspecific Psychiatric Distress

Camilla Kong

The Phenomenology and Ethics of P-Centricity in Mental Capacity Law

Justin Garson

Madness as strategy and mad resistance

Luc Faucher

Autism and Epistemic Disablement

Amandine Catala

Epistemic justice and epistemic authority on autism

 Ian Gold

Experience in Delusion

Serife Tekin

Rethinking Objectivity in Psychiatry: Unmuting Patients in Epistemic Practices

 Phoebe Friesen

Standpoint Theory and the Psy Sciences:
Can Marginalization and Critical Engagement Lead to an Epistemic Advantage?


The concept of mental disorder revisited: Robustly value-laden despite conceptual change

 Jerome Wakefield

Nosology Wars! : The Concept of Disorder and the Future of Psychiatric Classification
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