Dr Camillia Kong
Camillia Kong has research interests in philosophical issues surrounding mental disorder, mental capacity, and the ethics of psychiatry. Her forthcoming book provides a justification for the medico-juridical concept of mental capacity. More specifically, the book defends a relational understanding of mental capacity and explores how relationships might enable or disable the capacity and autonomy of individuals with impairments. Other related research interests include the application of Gadamerian hermeneutics and dialogical ethics to the practice of therapeutic care and treatment for mental disorders. More broadly, Camillia has long-term research interests in theories of practical deliberation and selfhood, relational autonomy, and the history of moral and political philosophy. Camillia completed her PhD from the London School of Economics and prior to joining Ethox, has worked at the University of Sheffield, the University of Essex, and the Open University.
Ethical Translations of Psychiatric Genomics Into Mental Health Practice: Response to Commentaries.
Kong C. et al, (2017), Am j bioeth, 17, W3 - W5
Psychiatric Genomics and Mental Health Treatment: Setting the Ethical Agenda.
Kong C. et al, (2017), Am j bioeth, 17, 3 - 12
Mental capacity in relationship: Decision-making, dialogue, and autonomy
Kong C., (2017), 1 - 258
The Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Article 12: Prospective Feminist Lessons against the “Will and Preferences” Paradigm
Kong C., (2015), Laws, 4, 709 - 728
The Space Between Second-Personal Respect and Rational Care in Theory and Mental Health Law
Kong C., (2015), Law and philosophy, 34, 433 - 467