Conferences and workshops

2018.

10.-13.09.2018 26th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology Rijeka (Croatia)

  • Just Network-based Classifications of Mental Disorders? Not Really! – Luca Malatesti & Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)

11.07.2018 Ceascro workshop. Mental illnesses and Patient Files. Filozofski fakultet u Rijeci, Croatia

  • Vanni D’Alessio (Univ. of Naples, CAS SEE Univ. of Rijeka) and Filip Čeč (Univ. of Rijeka) A  research on patient files from the Mental Asylum of Trieste and the problem of moral insanity and psychopathy
  • Heike karge (Univ. of Regensburg) Working with patient files from the Southern  Habsburg / Croatian area. Challenges and perspectives

29.06.2018 Summer school equality and citizenship III, Julian Savulescu Symposium, Rijeka (Croatia)

  • Neuroethics and the Case of Psychopathy: Some Methodological
    Considerations.  Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) and John McMillan (University of Otago)

20.-22.06.2018Neuroethics Network, Paris (France).

  • Deflating some ethical worries about biomarker-based classifications of antisocial  individuals – Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti  (University of Rijeka), Inti Brazil (Radboud Universiy)

28.05.2018. Filosofia della psichiatria e della psicologia clinica: lavori in corso, Bicocca, Dipartimento di Psicologia,  Milano (Italy).

  • Alcune considerazioni etiche sull’uso dei marcatori biologici  per i comportamenti antisociali (Some ethical considerations on the use of biomakers for antisocial behaviours) – Luca Malatesti and Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka), Inti Brazil (Radboud Universiy)

24.-6.05.2018. Agent Causation, Powers, and Sourcehood,  Zagreb (Croatia).

  • Deflating self-authorship: luck and the lack of ultimate responsibility – Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka)

9.-10.05.2018.  Conference in Honor of Michael Devitt,  Maribor (Slovenia).

  •  Devitt’s promiscuos essentialism – Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka)

07.05.2018. Psychopathy: mental illness or just a deviation from social norms? Public lecture Rijeka City Hall

  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)

19.-20.04.2018. Contemporary Philosophical Issues, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka

  • Just Network-based Classifications of Mental Disorders? Not Really! – Luca Malatesti & Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)
  • Are Psychopaths Insane? – Marko Jurjako

4.-7.04.2018. European Social Science History Conference,  Belfast (Northern Ireland).

  • Title t.b.a. – Heike Karge (University of Regensburg), Filip Čeč and Vanni D’Alessio (University of Rijeka)

2017.

9.-12.11.2017. 2017 ANNUAL CONVENTION, CHICAGO (USA)


14.-16.12.2017. Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive (AISC 2017), Bologna (Italy).  

  • The strong medical model and antisocial personality disorder – Luca Malatesti, Zdenka Brzović and Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)

19.9.2017. Invited talk, Scientific center Berislav Žarnić, Split (Croatia).

  • The strong medical model and antisocial personality disorder – Luca Malatesti, Zdenka Brzović and Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)

21.-26.8.2017. The ninth European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP 9), Munich (Germany)

  • The kindness of psychopathy – Zdenka Brzović, Marko Jurjako and Predrag Šustar (University of Rijeka)

3.-4.7.2017. CEASCRO two-day conference:  Psychopathy: scientific and social challenges. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka. See the programme here.

  • Neuro-interventions, diagnosis and coercion: what are the limits of therapy? – John McMillan (University of Otago)
  • The concept of psychopathy in historical perspective. Sketches from former Habsburg Croatia and Italy – Vanni D’Alessio (University of Rijeka), Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) and Heike Karge (University of Regensburg)

  • The kindness of psychopathy – Zdenka Brzović, Marko Jurjako and Predrag Šustar (University of Rijeka)
  • The Ceascro project: results, hypotheses and further investigations – Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka)

22.-24.5.2017. Society for Scientific Study of Psychopathy conference 2017: First European Edition, Thomas More, Antwerp


13.4.2017. Psychopathy in the Archives: Historical Perspectives on Antisocial Disorders, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rijeka, Croatia.

  • Roundtable – Vanni D’Alessio, Heike Karge, Luca Malatesti, Filip Čeč, and Marko Jurjako

2016

13.–15.10.2016. Forensic Psychiatry and Prison Psychiatry between Medicine and Law, Hotel Gorica, Ohrid, Macedonia

  • Dalida Ritossa (Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka) – Criminal legal responsibility of offenders with antisocial personality disorder in Croatia: Theoretical foundations and empirical findings

11.10.2016. Mentalfest, book presentation Moral, political, and epistemological responses to antisocial deviation, Faculty of humanities and social sciences, Rijeka


30.09.2016. EAP Congress 2016, Zagreb http://www.eapzagreb2016.eu/programme/

  • Luca Malatesti, Philosophy and psychotherapy: who should be cured? Intervention to the Round table (90′)

Chair: Miškulin I. Science and Psychotherapy

Participants: Luca Malatesti, Alfred Pritz, Peter Schulthess, Lea Šugman-Bohinc


27. 9. 2016.  Center for the study of bioethics, Belgrade, Serbia


26.9. 2016. Enhancement and Freedom, Center for the study of bioethics, Belgrade, Serbia

  • Luca Malatesti i Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) – Freedom and rationality: the case of psychopathy
  • Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) –  The problem of “the normal” in the context of freedom, self and identificaiton

8.9.2016. Mente e medicina, Aula Manzini, Uniser, Polo Universitario di Pistoia, Pistoia, Italy

  • Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Ascrizioni di responsabilità e funzioni esecutive: il caso della psicopatia

5.-7.9.2016. XII Conference of the Italian Society for Analytic Philosophy (SIFA)(program), University of Florence, Polo distaccato, Pistoia, Italy

  • Zdenka Brzović, Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Is psychopathy a mental illness? Between evolution and norms

1.7.2016. II. FINO/SIFA Graduate Conference in Mind, Language and Science Between natural, social, and artificial kinds”, University of Genova (Programme)

  • Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka) – Natural and practical kinds in psychiatry: the case of psychopathy

21.-22.06.2016. A CEASCRO project training worskshop: Measuring psychopathy, workshop leader Janko Međedović (Faculty of Media and Communications, Belgrade)

Programme see here.


20.6.2016. IV. CEASCRO workshop Psychopathy: scientific advancements and philosophical interpretations, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka

  • Dalida Rittossa (University of Rijeka) – Protection of rights of psychopathic of offenders in the Case Law of the ECHR: a step forward?

  • Zdenka Brzović, Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Is psychopathy a mental illness? Between evolution and norms

9.6.2016. Invited talk, Faculty of Media and Communications, Belgrade (Serbia)

Luca Malatesti (Marko Jurjako) (University of Rijeka) – Neuropsychology and the criminal responsibility of psychopaths: reconsidering the evidence


6.6.-10.6.2016. Conference: Ethical Issues: Theoretical and Applied (Programme), Bled (Slovenia)

  • Marko Jurjako (Luca Malatesti) (University of Rijeka) – Neuropsychology and the criminal responsibility of psychopaths: reconsidering the evidence

24.-25.05.2016. Conference: Contemporary Philosophical Issues: Society, Agency and Knowledge

  • Filip Čeč i Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Identification and self-knowledge
  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) – Practical reason, morality and robust objectivity: revisiting evolutionary considerations

12.05.2016. 3 day workshop on the Hearing Voices movement: Innovative approaches to mental health in the community, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Rijeka (Croatia)

  • Luca Malatesti (Marko Jurjako) (University of Rijeka) – Values in psychiatry and the idea of mental illness

9.05.2016. Criminal responsibility and the social response to deviance, University of Rijeka (Programme)

  • Luca Malatesti i Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) – How to translate neuropsychological data into claims about criminal responsibility: the case of the psychopathic offender
  • Filip Čeč i Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Mental time travel and self-knowledge in psychopathy

12.04.2016. Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Nijmegen, Netherlands

  • Luca Malatesti (Marko Jurjako) (University of Rijeka) – Neuropsychology and the criminal responsibility of psychopaths: reconsidering the evidence

11.-12.03.2016. Alternatives to Imprisonment: Identification and Exchange of Good Practices, Milano, Italy (Programme)

  • Luca Malatesti (Marko Jurjako) (University of Rijeka) – The moral and criminal responsibility of the psychopathic offender

8.-11.03.2016. Philosophy of Science Between the Natural Sciences, the Social Sciences, and the Humanities, University of Düsseldorf, Germany (Programme)

  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) – The (dys)functionality of psychopathy: perspective from the philosophy of science

19.02.2016. III. CEASCRO workshop: The moral and legal responsibility of the psychopath, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka, Croatia (Programme)

  • Elvio Baccarini and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – The moral bioenhancement of psychopaths
  • Vesna Šendula Jengić and Jelena Hodak (Rab Psychiatric Hospital) – Psychopathy: old fashioned or brand new pathology
  • Dalida Rittossa (University of Rijeka) – Criminal legal responsibility of psychopathic offenders, theoretical and practical implications
  • Filip Čeč and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Psychopathic offenders and mental time travel
  • Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) – Neuropsychology and the legal responsibility of psychopaths: A philosophical reassessment

25.01.28.01. 2016. Agency, Causality, and Free Will conference, Center for Croatian Studies, Zagreb, Croatia (programme).

  • Luca Malatesti and Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) – Mental time travel and moral responsibility in the psychopath
  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) – The (dys)functionality of psychopathy: perspective from the philosophy of science

2015


23.09.-25-09.2015. Third UK Conference on Philosophy and Psychiatry: Moral and legal responsibility in the age of neuroscience, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London (programme)

  • Luca Malatesti (and Filip Čeč) (University of Rijeka) – Self-knowledge and moral responsibility: the case of psychopathy

14.09.-17.09.2015. Gap. 9: Philosophy between Armchair and Lab, University of Osnabrück, Germany (programme)

  • Filip Čeč (and Luca Malatesti) (University of Rijeka) – Self-knowledge and moral responsibility: the case of psychopathy

11.08.2015.  CEASCRO Workshop 3 on Rab: Psychopathy and Forensic Psychiatry: Perspectives from the UK and Croatia, Rab Psychiatric Hospital, Croatia (programme)

  • Vesna Šendula Jengić (Rab Psychiatric Hospital) New Croatian Mental Health Legislation

10.07.2015. II. CEASCRO Workshop: Psychopathy: Scientific advancements and philosophical interpretations (programme), Psychiatric Hospital Rab, Croatia.

  • Vesna Šendula-Jengić, Jelena Hodak (Psychiatric Hospital Rab), Predrag Šustar and Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka) Psychopathy as a psychiatric kind
  • Luca Malatesti and Elvio Baccarini (University of Rijeka) Is psychopathy a mental illness?
  • Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) Practical rationality and instrumental learning in the psychopath

29.06.-01.07.2015. Zagreb Applied Ethics Conference 2015, Zagreb (Croatia) (programme)

  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) Practical rationality and instrumental learning in psychopaths
  • Luca Malatesti and Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) Self-knowledge and moral responsibility: the case of psychopathy

28.-29.05.2015. Philosophy, society and the sciences: 17th Edition of the International Conference Contemporary Philosophical Issues, Rijeka (Croatia) (programme)

    • Predrag Šustar (University of Rijeka) Adaptationism and evolutionary molecular biology
    • Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka) Psychopathy as a psychiatric kind
    • Marko Jurjako, Luca Malatesti and Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) Moral responsibility and psychological capacities in the psychopath

24.-26.04.2015. Second Belgrade Graduate conference, Belgrade (Serbia) (programme)

  • Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka) The concept of mental illness: problems for naturalist accounts
  • Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka) Are psychopaths irrational? The problem of interfacing rationality and instrumental learning

10.-11.4.2015. “Re-member” – Self-narratives, memory and identity, Paris (France) (programme)

  • Filip Čeč (and Luca Malatesti) (University of Rijeka) – Self-knowledge and moral responsibility: the case of psychopathy

24.-25.03.2015. Training workshop: Violence Risk Training Workshops, Edinburgh.

Psychopathy Checklist Revised training course

  • Luca Malatesti, Zdenka Brzović, and Marko Jurjako (University of Rijeka)

International Personality Disorder Examination training course

  • Vesna Šendula-Jengić (Psychiatric Hospital Rab)

25.-26.02.2015.  CEASCRO workshop 1: Perspectives on antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy, mental health law and care, Rijeka. (programme)

  • Vesna Šendula-Jengić (Psychiatric Hospital Rab) The Mental Health Act getting into practice – can we work it out? Some ethical and practical pitfalls and questions
  • Luca Malatesti and Filip Čeč (University of Rijeka) Psychopathy and personal identity
  • Marko Jurjako and Luca Malatesti (University of Rijeka) Rationality and psychiatry: the case of psychopathy


2014


31.10.2014. One day conference: Derek Bolton on mental disorder, Rijeka. (programme)

  • Vesna Šendula-Jengić (Psychiatric Hospital Rab) Mental disorder and violence – Is the link really so strong?
  • Zdenka Brzović (University of Rijeka) Bolton on mental disorder and biological functions