27. April 2017 - 11:00
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Philosophy of Psychiatry Workshop: Disordered Worlds | Södertörns högskola | Thursday, 27. April 2017

Philosophy of Psychiatry Workshop
Disordered Worlds: Self, Identity, and the Social
Södertörns University, Stockholm (April 27 & 28, 2017).

Baltic region philosophers will meet over the course of two days to discuss the intersections of psychiatry, selfhood, personhood, and inter-subjectivity. Philosophers from across the region will come together to exchange and debate some of the salient issues faced by contemporary psychiatry. Workshop themes include: phenomenology, psychosis, extended cognition, and the nature of illness.

The workshop is free for anyone who wishes to attend. However, because space is very limited, registration is required. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please contact Patrick Seniuk or Eva Schwarz by April 10th, 2017 to register.
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Program

Day 1, Thursday, April 27, 2017 (Room MA798)
11:00 Eva Schwarz, Patrick Seniuk: Welcome/Intro
11:15-11:55 Lisa Folkmarson Käll (Stockholm University):
"Miraculous Prolongation of Intentions and Familiar
Ways of Dealing with the World – Intercorporeality,
Expression and the Subjectivity of Dementia"

12:00-12:40 Alexandre Billon (Lille University): "What is it like to
lack mineness? Depersonalization as a probe for
the scope the function and the nature of mineness"

12:45-14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:40 Patrick Seniuk (Södertörn): "Chasm or chiasm?
Operative assumptions about Self in
child/adolescent and adult psychiatry"

14:40-15:00 Fika/Coffee

15:00-15:40 Fredrik Svenaeus (Södertörn): "Psychiatric
diagnosis and the phenomenology of suffering"

15:45-16:25 Kerrin Jacobs (University of Göttingen): "Social
Pathology: Reframing loneliness with Critical
Theory"

Day 2 Friday, April 29, 2017 (Room MA798)
9:30- 9:40 Welcome/Intro

9:40-10:20 Zeno Van Duppen (KU Leuven): "Open subjectivity
and psychosis"

10:25-11:05 Joona Taipale (University of Jyväskylä): "Symbolic
equation and psychotic experience"

11:05-11:20 Fika/Coffee

11:20-12:00 Mads Gram Henriksen (Center for Subjectivity
Research, Copenhagen): "Ontological
Transformation of Self and World in Schizophrenia"

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-13:40 Sanneke de Haan (Humboldt University, Berlin): "O,
disorder where art thou? Implications of enactivism
for psychiatry"

13:45-14:25 Miriam Kyselo (TU Berlin): "Revisiting the Double
Bind - The View from the Enacted Self"

The workshop is hosted by the Centre for Studies in Practical Knowledge and is generously funded by the Centre for Baltic and Eastern European Studies (CBEES).