Emotional Experience in Depression: A Philosophical Study is a three-year project led by Professor Matthew Ratcliffe (Durham University) and Professor Achim Stephan (University of Osnabruck). Its aim is to provide the first ever detailed, systematic philosophical study of the nature and role of altered mood, emotion and feeling in depression. Researchers have explored topics such as the varieties of temporal experience in depression, what it means to lose a sense of hope, the relationship between depression and motivation, and the experience of depersonalization. To find out more about the people, publications, activities and workshops associated with the project, and to leave your feedback, please visit the web site.
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