Grief: A Study of Human Emotional ExpWe are still collecting responses for our survey exploring first person experiences of grief. It focuses on various aspects of grief that are especially difficult to make sense of. Results will be made freely available.
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Our goal is to provide a comprehensive list of philosophical works that either focus on grief or include a substantial amount of material on grief. This bibliography is a work in progress and will be...
Grief: A Study of Human Emotional ExpAs part of 'Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience', we are developing a comprehensive bibliography of philosophical works focused on grief. It is a work in progress and will be added to over the duration of the project. Suggestions welcome!
The current coronavirus pandemic is resulting in widespread grief of various forms. Many are suffering bereavements, or anticipating future bereavements. Grief is likely to be exacerbated by...
Grief: A Study of Human Emotional ExpWe now have a page on our project website collating articles and resources that have been written about grief during the Covid-19 pandemic. Feel free to send over further suggestions for inclusion
This paper addresses the nature of sensed-presence experiences that are commonplace among the bereaved and occur cross-culturally. Although these experiences are often labelled ‘‘bereavement hallucinations’’, it is unclear what they consist of. Some...
Grief: A Study of Human Emotional ExpProf. Matthew Ratcliffe's new paper 'Sensed presence without sensory qualities: a phenomenological study of bereavement hallucinations' is now out in Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences. Check it out below