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Life, Environment and Cosmos

This thematic area is dedicated to the acquisition of the naturalistic perspective and its measures of the world in dialogue with other possible angles, with other traditions and possible paths.
The concept of nature is so broad that virtually any idea or aspect of life could today claim for itself the adjective natural. Starting with Aristotle, then with Descartes and Bacon up to modern thought, the Western tradition of a cosmos ordered by causal relationships has built the palace of science; his methods, increasingly sophisticated, today appear indispensable. At the same time, in his results, in scientific research itself, the contours of a sense of perspective, of a limit of view, emerge. In this place we try to place this perspective and its measures of the natural world in dialogue with other possible angles, with their traditions and their parallel paths.

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Data-driven neuroscience from Buddhist meditation and mindfulness has gained enormous popularity recently. Yet, the transformative potential of man offered by Buddhism, under the fMRI scanner (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - delimited as an 'object' of study - can become sterile, inanimate, and inert when it is displaced from its performative dimensions, constitutive of its meaning.
MSA incontro conoscenza
Life, Environment and Cosmos
Data-driven neuroscience from Buddhist meditation and mindfulness has gained enormous popularity recently. Yet, the transformative potential of man offered by Buddhism, under the fMRI scanner (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - delimited as an 'object' of study - can become sterile, inanimate, and inert when it is displaced from its performative dimensions, constitutive of its meaning.

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Data-driven neuroscience from Buddhist meditation and mindfulness has gained enormous popularity recently. Yet, the transformative potential of man offered by Buddhism, under the fMRI scanner (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging) - delimited as an 'object' of study - can become sterile, inanimate, and inert when it is displaced from its performative dimensions, constitutive of its meaning.
The idea of ​​neurons as a fundamental bioelectrical operating unit of the brain must now be seen in a broader context; recent neurobiological research is gradually repositioning this classical idea of ​​neurology in a relational perspective.