The KCL-CHH Philosophy of Medicine Seminar Series kicks off next week

The 2012/13 Philosophy of Medicine Seminar Series, organized by the Department of Philosophy/Centre for Humanities and Health, King’s College London is kicking off next week. Here’ the program of the first six seminars of the series (Nov 2012-March 2013).

27 November 2012, 2.00-3.30
Simon Rippon (Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Oxford) Making them Healthy and Making them Sick: Health, Disease, Design, and the Possibilities of Synthetic Biology

11 December 2012, 2.00-3.30
Lindsey Porter (Department of Philosophy, Sheffield) Adoption is not Abortion-Lite.

22 January 2013, 2.00-3.30
Silvia Camporesi (Centre for Humanities and Health, King’s College London) Adult ADHD: Self-Diagnosis, Self Deception and the Ethics of Cognitive Enhancement

5 February 2013, 2.00-3.30
Ilina Singh (Department for Social Science, Health and Medicine, King’s College London) Ethics of Ritalin-type drug treatments to modify behaviour: Young people’s perspectives

26 February 2013, 2.00-3.30
Matthew Broome (University of Warwick) TBD

12 March 2013, 2.00-3.30
Katherine Angel (Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick) TBC

26 March 2013, 2.00-3.30
Brendan Clarke (Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London) Maps and Mosquito’s: evidential pluralism in contentious causal claims

All seminars will be held in the Seminar Room, Center for Humanities and Health, Fifth Floor, East Wing, Strand Campus, King’s College London
. All welcome.
For any enquires contact Dr Elselijn Kingma: elselijn.kingmaATkcl.ac.uk

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