Luigi Lombardi Vallauri


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The author groups the themes discussed during the meeting under the following six headings: 1) free will, imputability, and responsibility; 2) phenomenological heterogeneity between the mind and the underlying neuronal processes; 3) the mind as a socio-cultural construct; 4) the legal and judicial relevance of the neurosciences; 5) the divide between facts and values, is and ought; 6) neurosciences and information sciences. He then proceeds to briefly comment all the contributions, giving particular attention to the twofold dualism between mind and matter and between facts and values.


  • Is/Ought Division
  • Mind and Brain
  • Neuro-reductionism
  • Neurodeterminism
  • Neuroethics


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