MORAL AGENCY: developments in analytic philosophy of values and their applications in mental health care
What you will learn:
- Investigate and understand the role of patients as experts in the emerging discipline of public mental health and associated models of person-centered management that is geared towards the restoration of well-being and re-engagement in major social, vocational and family roles.
- Complementing the recent focus on biomarkers and predictive genetic screening in psychiatric medicine, this project will address the gap in our theoretical understanding of the concepts of quality of life and shared decision-making in the philosophy of psychiatry and psychopathology, and in
- Recognition patients’ contribution to the development of a new public mental health approach to severe and enduring mental illness (SMI).
Lecture 3: Moral Agency: developments in analytic philosophy of values and their applications in mental health care
After watching the pre-recorded session you should participate in one of the two interactive sessions available. It will be a time to clarify doubts, discuss issues and interact with your teacher and colleagues. Choose the best day that fits your routine and join us!
September 22, Wed
September 25, Saturday
1 PM | BST
1 PM | BST
Bergqvist, A. (2020). ‘Narrative Understanding, Value, and Diagnosis: A Particularist Account of Clinical Formulations and Shared Decision-making in Mental Health’. Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology 27 (2): 149-167.Download
Bergqvist, A. (2022). ‘Psychiatric Ethics’. In S. Panizza and M. Hopwood (eds.) The Murdochian Mind London: Routledge. In PrintDownload
Bergqvist, A. (2018). ‘Moral Perception and Relational Self-Cultivation: Reassessing Attunement as a Virtue’. In S. Werkhoven and M. Dennis (eds.), Ethics and Self-Cultivation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. London: Routledge, 197-221. Download
Additional Work to Explore
Donna M. Orange’s philosophical work in integrative psychotherapy: https://as.nyu.edu/faculty/donna-orange.html.