Philosophical Psychopathology

A series aimed at publishing interdisciplinary work which is broadly concerned with psychopathology and which has significance for conceptual, methodological, scientific, ethical, and social issues related to contemporary mental health practices, as well as significance for more traditional philosophical debates, such as the nature of mind, rationality, agency, and responsibility.

Series editor: Jennifer Radden and Jeff Poland

Defining Mental Disorder

Luc Faucher, Denis Forest, Harold Kincaid, Peter Zachar, Dominic Murphy, Justin Garson, Philip Gerrans, Rachel Cooper, Steeves Demazeux, Leen De Vreese, Maël Lemoine, Tim Thornton, Andreas De Block, Jonathan Sholl

Feb 16, 2021

Scaffolded Minds

Somogy Varga

Aug 27, 2019

Real Hallucinations

Matthew Ratcliffe

Sep 22, 2017

Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry

Jeffrey Poland, Şerife Tekin

Jan 13, 2017

Disturbed Consciousness

Rocco J. Gennaro

Sep 11, 2015

Being Amoral

Thomas Schramme

Aug 22, 2014

Classifying Psychopathology

Harold Kincaid, Jacqueline A. Sullivan

Apr 04, 2014

A Metaphysics of Psychopathology

Peter Zachar

Mar 28, 2014

Psychiatry in the Scientific Image

Dominic Murphy

Jan 13, 2012

The Ethical Treatment of Depression

Paul Biegler

May 20, 2011