Volume 3 - Brain, mind and language: The mystery of the unity of the self

Summer 2012

With this new issue we reach the third volume of Euresis Journal, an editorial adventure started one year ago with the scope of opening up a novel space of debate and encounter within the scientific and academic community. From the very beginning, our goals were to propose to a wider public the experience of dialogue we lived in a series of Symposia organized by the Euresis Association in San Marino since 2006. The present volume is dedicated to the proceedings of the San Marino 2011 Symposium, centered around the exciting theme of "Brain, mind and language: The mystery of the unity of the self". Read More

The whole volume or separate articles are available

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Tommaso Bellini, Dept. of Medical Biotechnology, University of Milan
Marco Bersanelli, Dept. of Physics, University of Milan
Brain, mind and language: The mystery of the unity of the self

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Mauro Ceroni, Faustino Savoldi, Department of Neurological Sciences, University of Pavia
Understanding consciousness: need for a sound and reasonable starting point

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Andrea Moro, Institute for Advanced Study, IUSS, Pavia
The presence of infinity: Linguistic universals

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John T. Cacioppo, Gary G. Berntson, Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience, University of Chicago
Is consciousness epiphenomenal? Social neuroscience and the case for interacting brains

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Magnetic resonance image of the human brain showing colour-coded regions activated by smell stimulus.