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Online lecture series on Self-illness ambiguity
30 March @ 15:00 - 16:30
As part of the online lecture series on self-illness ambiguity, Prof. Ilina Singh (University of Oxford) will give a talk on the Moral Politics of Inattention: Adventures in LaLa Land on 30.03.2023 from 3pm-4:30pm CET. Everyone is welcome to join!
Prof. Ilina Singh – Moral Politics of Inattention: Adventures in LaLa Land
30.03.2023 from 3pm-4:30pm CET
Abstract: In this talk I first review some of the contested background to the diagnosis ‘Attention Deficit Disorder’ – or ADD – around definition, classification and gender in particular. I then move to a discussion of an empirical case (LaLa Land) that suggests a kind of moral experience found among young girls diagnosed with ADD. I use this case to challenge our intuitions about how to understand what’s going on in this case, and what might be the right thing to do (or not), with regard to intervention.
You can join via the following zoom-link (no prior registration needed):
If you have any questions, please contact one of the organizers:
Dr. Roy Dings (Ruhr University Bochum): Roy.Dings@ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Prof. Sanneke de Haan (Tilburg University & Erasmus University Rotterdam): email@example.com
Upcoming online lectures in the series:
- May 11th (3.30pm – 5pm CET) Sofia Jeppsson (Umeå University, Sweden): Drawing the line: Tentative reasons for a narrower or wider self conceptio
- June 29th (10am – 11.30 am CET / 6pm – 7.30pm AEST) Doug McConnell (Macquarie University Australia) and Anna Golova (University of Oxford, UK): Narrative, addiction, and three aspects of self-ambiguity
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