Neuromythologie – Eine Streitschrift gegen die Deutungsmacht der Hirnforschung

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Eine Streitschrift gegen die Deutungsmacht der Hirnforschung
Klappentext:
Everyone is doing brain research. Few scientific disciplines can resist the compulsory modernization and ennobling aura of perceived experimental confirmability intended by use of the prefix `neuro’. The offspring of this neuroinflation are known as neurotheology, neuroeconomics, neurolaw, and neuroaesthetics. The present neurohype is leading to a pervasion of explanatory models from brain science in our environment. Am I my brain? Simply a living automaton? Felix Hasler’s astute essay is a polemic against the rampant biological reductionism and the exaggerated interpretation of neuroscience data: a plea for neuroskepticism instead of neurospeculation.
Autorentext:
Felix Hasler (Dr. pharm.) ist Forschungsassistent an der Berlin School of Mind and Brain der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin und Wissenschaftsjournalist.
Autor:Hasler, Felix
Reihe:XTEXTE
Sprache:Deutsch
Verlag:Transcript
Erscheinungsjahr:2012
Ausführung:Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Seitenangabe:260 S.
Masse:H22.8 cm x B15.1 cm x D2.5 cm 414 g

 

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Weight423 g
Dimensions25 mm
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