10 July 2023
Philosophy and Society: Stories of Illness and Health
The Antwerp Summer School in Philosophy and Society seeks to address philosophical issues and problems pertaining to recent developments in Western societies. Its specific aim is to reflect on some of the major themes and debates that have recently emerged in the public sphere. This edition will focus on narratives as an important resource of ethical knowledge for medical scholars and moral philosophers. This summer school brings together research from medical and health humanities, feminist philosophy, philosophy of medicine, phenomenology, cultural studies, literary studies, decolonial and race studies and (bio-)ethics.
Ma-students, Masters and PhD-students interested in topics from medical humanities, health humanities, narrative ethics, and feminist bio-ethics.
EUR 250: The fee includes course material, coffee breaks, social programme and farewell dinner. Other meals and accommodation are not included.