“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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El cerebro y su entorno. Una visión integradora de la anatomía y el funcionamiento cerebral
Date: July 25th – 29th
Film meets Neuroscience in Toronto: a review of Herzog’s Theatre of Thought. By Iciar Iturmendi Sabater
When a neuroscientist and a filmmaker come together, they should meet in common ground—perhaps in a “Theatre of Thought”. Such is the title of Werner Herzog’s new documentary, presented at the Toronto International Film Festival this September. Herzog follows Spanish...
Hubs of belief networks across sociodemographic and ideological groups
Camina· F. Guell· J. Sepulcre · J. Bernacer Beliefs are essential components of the human mind, as they define personal identity, integration and adaptation to social groups. Most theoretical studies suggest that beliefs are organized as structured networks: the...
Interview to Markus Gabriel
Interview to Markus Gabriel Markus Gabriel, born in 1980, studied in Bonn, Heidelberg, Lisbon, and New York. He is one of the most prominent representatives of the New Realism in philosophy, which is part of his project for a new illustration. At the age of 29, he...
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