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Download e-book for kindle: Can neuroscience change our minds? by Hilary Rose, Steven Rose

By Hilary Rose, Steven Rose

ISBN-10: 0745689310

ISBN-13: 9780745689319

ISBN-10: 0745689329

ISBN-13: 9780745689326

Neuroscience, with its astonishing new applied sciences, is uncovering the workings of the mind and with this probably the brain. The 'neuro' prefix spills out into each quarter of existence, from neuroaesthetics to neuroeconomics, neurogastronomy and neuroeducation. With its promise to medication actual and social ills, executive sees neuroscience as a device to extend the 'mental capital' of the kids of the disadvantaged and Read more...


Neuroscience, with its magnificent new applied sciences, is uncovering the workings of the mind and with this might be the brain. The 'neuro' prefix spills out into each zone of existence, from neuroaesthetics Read more...

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Some philosophers, mainly in the US, have gone along with this, rebranding themselves with one of the proliferating ‘neuro’ prefixes, as neurophilosophers, for whom any talk of reasons and intentions – even consciousness itself – is no more than ‘folk psychology’ to be replaced by the austere formulae of computational neuroscience. Love, anger, pain, moral feelings – all are nothing but software within The Computational Brain (Churchland). The titles of neuroscientists’ popular books express this increasingly molecularized and digitalized gaze, from The Ethical Brain (Gazzaniga) to The Tell-tale Brain (Ramachandran), The Emotional Brain (LeDoux) and The Sexual Brain (LeVay).

E. and twenty others, Olfactory exposure to males, including men, causes stress and related analgesia in rodents, Nature Methods 11: 629–32, 2014. 5 Hyman, S. , Revolution stalled, Science Translational Medicine 4: 155cm11, 2012. 6 Dendrites and axons are the fibrous projections from the neurons that respectively receive input signals and transmit output signals. two The Neurosciences Go Mega Although the 1990s had been titled the Decade of the Brain, mega-science projects, long familiar in physics and astronomy, were slow to arrive in the neurosciences.

Neuroscience captured both the scientific imagination and the backing of the big US funders, both essential for the success of any research programme. It was to be the science of the brain, irrespective of the level, from the molecular to the systems, at which it was studied, and it was to be catholic in the choice of technique. What mattered was the project, to unite the disciplines in search of a coherent theory of how the brain works – and indeed, to override Sherringtonian hesitations by discovering how its neurons and their connections generated sensation, memory, the self, or mind.

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