Philosophy PhD students to present at conferences
In April our PhD students Rachel Gunn (depression and enactivism), Alex Miller Tate (anhedonia) and Magdalena Antrobus (depression and optimism) will be speaking at the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour Annual Convention in Sheffield.
In May our PhD student Reinier Schuur will be speaking at the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry 28th Annual Meeting on "Philosophical issues in scientific psychiatry: RDoC, DSM, mechanisms, and more” in Atlanta. Reinier will talk about the RDoC and the problem of normativity: conceptual analysis vs. philosophy of biology.
Congratulations to our students on having their paper accepted!