Two new publications: On patronizing praise and madness and problems of knowledge

I have published two new papers. I have written Patronizing Praise together with Daphne Brandenburg. The paper focuses on subtle cases, in which [...]

By |2022-11-28T09:18:11+01:00November 28, 2022|disability, madness, Philosophy, psychiatry, Publications|0 Comments

Self-criticism vs self-bashing

I’ve made short posts about this earlier on my Swedish Instagram, but here’s an entire long blog post in English about the matter: [...]

By |2022-08-22T13:27:46+02:00August 22, 2022|Fiction, Philosophy, Publications, Writing advice|Comments Off on Self-criticism vs self-bashing

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

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

By |2022-07-31T17:34:51+02:00July 31, 2022|disability, madness, Philosophy, psychiatry, public philosophy|Comments Off on Distinct questions about psychiatric diagnoses and psychotropic drugs that we shouldn’t mix up

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

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

By |2022-07-12T10:20:14+02:00July 12, 2022|madness, Philosophy, Publications, Research|Comments Off on Autobiographical paper in the Schizophrenia Bulletin, and Şerife Tekin’s comments on my self-illness paper

Politics, decision-making, and fairies

In fantasy and folklore, we sometimes encounter a kind of fairy (or other supernatural being) who must obey certain rules. Fairies can be [...]

By |2022-06-25T13:11:23+02:00June 25, 2022|disability, Philosophy, public philosophy, reflections|Comments Off on Politics, decision-making, and fairies

Invisible disabilities: coming out of the closet again and again

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

By |2022-06-15T09:46:05+02:00June 15, 2022|disability, madness, Philosophy, public philosophy, reflections|Comments Off on Invisible disabilities: coming out of the closet again and again

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

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

By |2022-06-12T16:42:59+02:00March 2, 2022|madness, Philosophy, reflections, Teaching|Comments Off on Summer course on the philosophy of psychiatry post-poned, and some reflections

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

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

By |2022-06-12T16:44:48+02:00February 21, 2022|madness, Philosophy, Publications, Research|Comments Off on New article: Solving the self-illness ambiguity: the case for construction over discovery

The latest fiction news: I’m writing short stories now

As we all know, it's difficult getting your novels published. Roughly one in a thousand debut novels gets published by a traditional publishing [...]

By |2022-06-12T16:32:45+02:00January 2, 2022|Fiction, Short Stories|Comments Off on The latest fiction news: I’m writing short stories now

Popular article: Retributivism and uncertainty

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" [...]

By |2022-06-12T16:41:30+02:00January 2, 2022|crime and punishment, Media, Philosophy, Publications, Research|Comments Off on Popular article: Retributivism and uncertainty
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