Neuroscience All books
A landmark book, situated between philosophy and neuroscience, in which Damasio deals with the challenging question of the origin of civilization.
Written for the general reader, the book is startling as it reveals the scandalous damage to our brains being caused by chemical pollution. Concrete measures, scientifically proven, to put an end to the tragic mistakes that have been committed in Western countries for over fifty years.
An analysis of the brain with a focus on corporate action aimed at helping executives and managers to make better decisions, to remain calm under pressure, to work better with others and to acquire the necessary flexibility
The new book by one of our most brilliant neurologists gives us a concise and comprehensive overview of the latest advances in neuroscience. Forty short, strange, entertaining but always instructive stories about the functioning and dysfunctioning, ordinary or extraordinary, of our brain.
Beyond neurobiology, an analysis of the impact of these discoveries not only on the sciences of education, psychology, medicine, but also on theology, marketing, economics ... An essential ethical reflection on the use we must make of this knowledge so as not to distort the foundations of our humanity and also our freedom.
An assessment of the relationship between neuroscience and psychoanalysis. A synthesis that aids understanding of the possible complementarity between neuroscience and psychoanalysis, of the specificity of each approach, and the value of sharing knowledge about the brain.
An essay illuminated by neuroscience, which aims to explore the psychological and cerebral cogs involved in the act of interpretation, which we are not generally aware of. A petition or manifesto in favour of defending our subjectivity and individuality, at a time when ever more efficient, air-tight and uniform signage tends to make us lose track of the fact that we are the inventors of our own understanding of the world’s signs.