Early Career Scholars Conference in Philosophy of Psychiatry: Overcoming Mind-Brain Dualism in 21st Century Medicine
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The goal of this conference is to address the crisis in psychiatric research
and treatment by exploring the ways in which the mind-brain dualism can be
overcome in contemporary psychiatry. Eight papers by early career scholars
(graduate students, postdocs, and untenured faculty) will be commented on by
senior philosophers who have expertise in philosophy of science, philosophy
of neuroscience, or philosophy of medicine.
Organizing Committee: William Bechtel, Trey Boone, Mazviita Chirimuuta,
Peter Machamer, Edouard Machery, Kenneth Schaffner, Kathryn Tabb, and Serife
Jennifer Radden, PhD (Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of
John Sadler, MD (Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical Services, University
of Texas Southwestern).
Mazviita Chirimuuta (University of Pittsburgh)
Peter Machamer (University of Pittsburgh)
Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh)
Kenneth F. Schaffner (University of Pittsburgh)
Jacqueline Sullivan (Western University)
Jonathan Tsou (Iowa State University)
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