Pain and Emotion

October 20, 2012
Philosophy Department, University of Glasgow

United Kingdom


  • University of Notre Dame
  • John Templeton Foundation


Michael Brady
University of Glasgow
Jennifer Corns
University of Glasgow
Jesse Prinz
CUNY Graduate Center
Jennifer Radden
University of Massachusetts, Boston

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The workshop is organised with the aim of better understanding the role of emotion in pain experience and the relationships between emotional and physical suffering.

Registration is now open. Registration fee: £30 staff/£20 students (includes tea/coffee)  

To register or for further inquiries please email Jennifer Corns at: [email protected].

The workshop is part of the larger Pain Project. The Pain Project is an international, interdisciplinary research project focused on relations amongst pain, perception, and emotion, as well as pain in non-human animals. It is part of an overarching research program, Pain and the Nature of Mind, run by the University of Notre Dame and funded by the John Templeton Foundation.

More information about the project and our research team can be found at:

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October 20, 2012, 10:00am BST

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