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Distinct questions about psychiatric diagnoses and psychotropic drugs that we shouldn’t mix up

By |2022-07-31T17:34:51+02:00July 31, 2022|disability, madness, Philosophy, psychiatry, public philosophy|

Recently, Moncrieff et al’s paper “The serotonin theory of depression: a systematic umbrella review of the evidence” made headlines. You can read it [...]

Autobiographical paper in the Schizophrenia Bulletin, and Şerife Tekin’s comments on my self-illness paper

By |2022-07-12T10:20:14+02:00July 12, 2022|madness, Philosophy, Publications, Research|

Since last year, I've been working on and struggling with a paper mixing pieces of autobiography with epistemological musings and thoughts on psychiatric [...]

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Invisible disabilities: coming out of the closet again and again

By |2022-06-15T09:46:05+02:00June 15, 2022|disability, madness, Philosophy, public philosophy, reflections|

I’ve recently come across more and more texts that question the distinction between visible and invisible disabilities. Perhaps we should talk about hidden [...]

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Summer course on the philosophy of psychiatry post-poned, and some reflections

By |2022-06-12T16:42:59+02:00March 2, 2022|madness, Philosophy, reflections, Teaching|

I had planned a course for this summer called "The philosophy of psychiatry and mental disorders", and I was really enthusiastic about it. [...]

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New article: Solving the self-illness ambiguity: the case for construction over discovery

By |2022-06-12T16:44:48+02:00February 21, 2022|madness, Philosophy, Publications, Research|

My article "Solving the self-illness ambiguity: the case for construction over discovery" has been accepted for publication in the journal Philosophical Explorations, for [...]

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Popular article: Retributivism and uncertainty

By |2022-06-12T16:41:30+02:00January 2, 2022|crime and punishment, Media, Philosophy, Publications, Research|

It turns out I forgot to post about this article when it was first published, but now I do: https://daily-philosophy.com/sofia-jeppsson-retributivism/ "Retributivism and Uncertainty" [...]

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New summer course: The philosophy of psychiatry and mental illness

By |2022-06-12T16:48:22+02:00October 19, 2021|madness, Philosophy, Teaching|

It's all set now: I'll give a summer course next year in the philosophy of psychiatry and mental illness. It will be held [...]

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The recorded presentations from the Responsibility, Psychopathology and Stigma conference are out

By |2022-06-12T16:50:33+02:00October 2, 2021|madness, Media, Philosophy, Research, Workshops and conferences|

A number of presentations from the Responsibility, Psychopathology and Stigma Conference are now out on Youtube, including my own. To be completely honest, [...]

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Beginning my last conference week

By |2022-06-12T16:55:55+02:00September 20, 2021|madness, Philosophy, Research, Workshops and conferences|

Last week, Zsuzsanna Chappell and I presented together at the Philosophy SIG Conference for philosophers and psychiatrists. I've written about this before: We [...]

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