CFP: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis Workshop

Posted: 11 de July de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Event

CFP: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis Workshop

 

 

When: September 2011- May 2012

 

The Boston Writer’s Workshop on Psychoanalysis seeks abstracts of up to 300 words on any philosophical topic pertaining to psychoanalysis.

 

This year long workshop will facilitate a discussion exploring the philosophical issues of recent movements in psychoanalytic theory and the philosophy of psychology/psychoanalysis.  We welcome submissions in the forms of ideas, research, interpretation and application.

 

Potential topics include:

 

-Psychoanalytic interpretations of film/literature/art

 

-How advances in neuroscience either confirm or falsify psychoanalytic theory

 

-Empirical issues of psychoanalytic research: can subjectivity be used objectively?

 

-What is a theory of mind in psychoanalysis?

 

-The psychoanalyst’s ethics

 

-Existential issues on the couch

 

-Is psychoanalysis becoming scientific?

 

-Richard Rorty’s linguistic critique of psychoanalytic interpretation

 

and many more…

 

 

Please email proposals and a CV in .pdf or .doc format to conference committee chair Roger Hunt at regorhunt02052@gmail.com.

 

CFP: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis Workshop

 

 

When: September 2011- May 2012

 

The Boston Writer’s Workshop on Psychoanalysis seeks abstracts of up to 300 words on any philosophical topic pertaining to psychoanalysis.

 

This year long workshop will facilitate a discussion exploring the philosophical issues of recent movements in psychoanalytic theory and the philosophy of psychology/psychoanalysis.  We welcome submissions in the forms of ideas, research, interpretation and application.

 

Potential topics include:

 

-Psychoanalytic interpretations of film/literature/art

 

-How advances in neuroscience either confirm or falsify psychoanalytic theory

 

-Empirical issues of psychoanalytic research: can subjectivity be used objectively?

 

-What is a theory of mind in psychoanalysis?

 

-The psychoanalyst’s ethics

 

-Existential issues on the couch

 

-Is psychoanalysis becoming scientific?

 

-Richard Rorty’s linguistic critique of psychoanalytic interpretation

 

and many more…

 

 

Please email proposals and a CV in .pdf or .doc format to conference committee chair Roger Hunt at regorhunt02052@gmail.com.

 

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