“Política, colonialismo, imperialismo y guerra también se originan en el cerebro humano.”
What is CINET?
CINET is the International Centre for Neuroscience and Ethics created by the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation. It was founded with the goal of fostering interaction between cutting-edge neuroscience, psychology, and the humanities to improve our understanding of the brain and the ethical challenges it poses. The interaction between the rest of the body, mental activity and the social reality of the individual must be explored, because knowledge of the brain is inseparable from the totality of the person in which it resides. To obtain this integrated view of the neurological system, interdisciplinary researchers must be trained in the hope of eventually finding a solution.
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MISSION, VISION, VALUES
The mission of CINET is to promote dialogue, education and multidisciplinary research leading to a more accurate knowledge of how the human brain works. A systemic approach is taken to examine the global functioning of the brain, its connection with the rest of the body, with the life history of the individual, and with interpersonal relationships.
CINET supports environmental and neuroscience research in Spain. This support takes the form of a series of calls for proposals, which you can consult and read in this section of the website.
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Plan de formación: Grandes preguntas en la frontera de la neurociencia y la filosofía: Desafíos de la interdisciplinariedad
Evento privado Becarios de Neurociencia
CURSO DE VERANO Santander
Alfredo Esteve It can be stated that the main function of the nervous system is to regulate the relationship of an organism with its environment, managing the information it receives from the outside in light of what it obtains from itself, from its internal state,...
Neurorights in Chile: Where do we come from and where are we going?María Isabel Cornejo Plaza In 2020, a bill was presented in Chile to reform Article 1 of the Political Constitution of the Republic by including a clear recognition of the neurorights proposals by...
Marya Schechtman is Professor of Philosophy and a member of the Laboratory of Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She received her PhD in philosophy from Harvard in 1988. Her main areas of interest are personal identity, philosophy of...