Readership: Philosophers, bioethicists, and psychiatrists.
Edited by Lubomira Radoilska, Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, UK and Research Associate, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford, UK
Lubomira Radoilska is Affiliated Lecturer at the Cambridge Faculty of Philosophy and Research Associate of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. She is the author of 'Aristotle and the Moral Philosophy of Today' (2007). Her main research interests are in moral and political philosophy, ancient philosophy and the philosophy of mental disorder
Lubomira Radoilska: Introduction: personal autonomy, decisional capacity, and mental disorder
Part I: Mapping the conceptual landscape
1: Jane Heal: Mental disorder and the value(s) of 'autonomy'
2: Alfred R. Mele: Autonomy and neuroscience
3: K.W.M. (Bill) Fulford and Lubomira Radoilska: Three challenges from delusion for theories of autonomy
Part II: Autonomy in light of mental disorder
4: Derek Bolton and Natalie Banner: Does mental disorder involve loss of personal autonomy?
5: Lisa Bortolotti, Rochelle Cox, Matthew Broome, and Matteo Mameli: Rationality and self-knowledge in delusion and confabulation: implications for autonomy as self-governance
6: Jennifer Radden: Privacy and patient autonomy in mental health care
Part III: Rethinking capacity and respect for autonomy
7: Jules Holroyd: Clarifying capacity: value and reasons
8: Elizabeth Fistein: Conceptions of the good and the Mental Capacity Act
9: Hallvard Lillehammer: Autonomy, value, and the first person
Part IV: Emerging alternatives
10: Guy A.M. Widdershoven and Tineke A. Abma: Autonomy, practical rationality, and moral deliberation
11: Grant Gillett: How do I learn to be me again? Autonomy, life skills, and identity
12: Lubomira Radoilska: Autonomy and Ulysses arrangements