Dr Sarah Richmond
Sarah Richmond has published articles on C20th French Philosophy (Derrida, Sartre) and Melanie Klein's psychoanalytical theory (especially in relation to feminism).
Her interests in phenomenology and feminism have recently led to an interest in the philosophy of health, and especially the nature of the illness experience. At UCL she teaches C19th German Philosophy, Phenomenology and Ethics.She is editor (with Sarah Edwards and Geraint Rees) of I Know What You’re Thinking (2012, OUP) a collection of interdisciplinary papers about the implications of brain imaging technology.
Richmond, S., Rees, G. & Edwards, S.J.L. eds., 2012. I Know What You’re Thinking: Brain imaging and mental privacy, OUP Oxford.
‘Sartre and the Doctors’ (2010), International Journal of Philosophical Studies, vol 18, no 4: 517-538
'Sartre and Bergson: A Disagreement about Nothingness' International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Volume 15, Issue 1, (March 2007).
'Being in Others. Empathy from a Psychoanalytical Perspective', European Joural of Philosophy, vol 12, no 2 (2004).
'Psychoanalysis and Feminism: Anorexia, the Social World, and the Internal World', Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 8 (2001).
'Feminism and Psychoanalysis: Using Melanie Klein', in The Cambridge Companion to Feminism in Philosophy, Fricker, Miranda and Hornsby, Jennifer (eds), Cambridge University Press, (2000).
'Derrida and Analytical Philosophy: Speech Acts and their Force', European Journal of Philosophy, 4 (1996).