Publications

Earlier versions, or parts, of the following publications were workshopped at PPRG meetings.

• Sam Duncan (Philosophy, University of Tennessee at Knoxville), “Emotions and the Ethics of Psychopharmachology.” Public Affairs Quarterly, forthcoming 2015.

• Anya Farennikova (Philosophy, Bristol University), “Seeing Absence.” Philosophical Studies (2013) 166:3: 429-454.

• Iskra Fileva (Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder), Editor, Perspectives on Character, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

• Iskra Fileva with Jon Tresan (Philosophy, University of Rochester), “Will Retributivism Die and Will Neuroscience Kill It?” Cognitive Systems Research, Special Issue on Philosophical Approaches to Social Neuroscience, forthcoming.

• Iskra Fileva, “Character and Its Discontents.” The New York Times, March 25, 2012. Winner of the Character Project’s Character Essay Prize.

• George Graham (Philosophy, Georgia State University) “On Being a Mental Disorder” In Classifying Psychopathology: Mental Kinds and Natural Kinds, J. Sullivan and H. Kincaid (eds.), pp. 123-143. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014.

• George Graham, The Disordered Mind: An Introduction to Philosophy of Mind and Mental Illness 2nd/Revised Edition. 2013. Oxford: Routledge/Taylor & Francis (1st edition, 2010).

• Warren Kinghorn (Psychiatry, Duke University), “The Political Science of Psychiatric Diagnosis: A Moral Defense of the DSM.” Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives, D. Moseley and G. Gala (eds.), New York: Routledge, in press, 2015

• Marc Lange, “How are Mental Disorders Different?” In Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives, D. Moseley and G. Gala (eds.), New York: Routledge, in press, 2015

• Daniel Moseley and Gary Gala, (eds.) Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives, New York: Routledge, in press, 2015.

• Daniel Moseley and Gary Gala, “On the Nature of Psychopathy,” In The Neurobiology of Social Disruption: Intersectional Perspectives on Psychiatry, Pathology and Society, F. Jotterand and J. Giordano (eds.), Arlington, VA: Potomic Institute Press, in press, 2015.

• Daniel Moseley, Moral and Political Implications of the DSM-5, Special Issue of Public Affairs Quarterly, 29:1, January 2015, in press.

• Daniel Moseley and Gary Gala, “The Consumer Protection Model of Decisional Capacity Evaluations,” Southwest Philosophy Review, (2013) 28:1.

• Robert Newsom, “Are Nurses Inherently Unfit to Manage Fitness to Practice.” Nursing Ethics. (2012) 19:6, pp.849-851.

• Charles Olbert (Psychology, Fordham University), Gary Gala, and L.A. Tupler. “Quantifying heterogeneity attributable to polythetic diagnostic criteria: Theoretical framework and empirical application.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, (2014) 123(2): 452-462.

• Devin Singh (Psychiatry, Duke University) and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. “The DSM-5 Definition of Mental Disorder” In Moral and Political Implications of the DSM-5, Special Issue of Public Affairs Quarterly, Ed. D. Moseley, 29:1, January 2015, in press.

• Jesse Summers (Philosophy, Duke University), “What is Wrong with Addiction?” Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, forthcoming.

• Jesse Summers and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, “Scrupulous Agents.” Philosophical Psychology, forthcoming.

• Jesse Summers and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, “Scrupulous Judgments.” In Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics, Mark Timmons (ed.) New York: Oxford University Press. 2015.

• Jesse Summers and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, “Scrupulous Characters and Mental Illness.” In Character Perspectives from Philosophy and Psychology, Iskra Fileva (ed.) New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

• Jesse Summers and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, “Scrupulous Treatment.” In Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives, D. Moseley and G. Gala (eds.), New York: Routledge, in press, 2015.

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