News in Philosophy
New podcast by Professor Lisa Bortolotti Lisa discussing aspects of the 'Agential Stance', one way practitioners can support the sense of agency of young people who are struggling with their mental health.
From January 2022, Lisa Bortolotti will be the Editor of Philosophical Psychology (Taylor & Francis). She wrote an editorial (free access), detailing the changes she hopes to implement.
On World Philosophy Day, 18 November 2021, Kathleen Murphy-Hollies and Eugenia Lancellotta wrote a post on how philosophy can help tackle bias and stigma for the De Gruyter Conversations blog
The Global Philosophy of Religion Project has awarded over £460,000 in research funding to philosophers of religion in 25 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and North America.
Philosophy of Religion project philosophers representing three distinct religious traditions discuss the nature and attributes of God and other deities.
Why has beauty become so important to our society? Is looks-based discrimination, or lookism, as bad as sexism or racism? Why do beauty and wellness companies use moral language to sell products?
Postgraduates working with Professor Lisa Bortolotti on Delusion and Exceptionalism have new papers in open access journals
New open-access monograph by Salvatore Florio and Øystein Linnebo now available from Oxford University Press
PhD Philosophy postgraduate Han Chang, discusses her recent experience of assisting at the recent Global Philosophy conference
Valeria Motta, who works on loneliness and solitude, got a Society for Applied Philosophy post-doctoral grant; Federico Bongiorno, who works on delusion formation, got an Analysis Trust and Mind Association studentship.
This textbook explores the ways in which the interaction and collaboration between psychologists and philosophers contribute to a better understanding of the human mind, cognition, and behaviour.
Three of our PhD students have recently blogged about their research on delusions and their posts have attracted several hundreds of unique views
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