Some interesting intersections with – and provocations for – three recent papers by Hearing the Voice Researchers: Simon McCarthy-Jones, Joel Krueger, Frank Larøi, Matthew Broome and Charles Fernyhough et al Stop, look, listen: the need for philosophical phenomenological perspectives on auditory verbal hallucinations; Simon McCarthy-Jones et al, A New Phenomenological Survey of Auditory Hallucinations: Evidence for Subtypes and Implications for Theory and Practice; and Angela Woods’ work on the Taxonomy of Voice-Hearing (video).

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