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Neurophilosophy is a a joint research platform based at the University of Milan. Its main goal is to promote advanced studies at the crossroad between philosophy and the cognitive and brain sciences. Join our seminars, workshops and lecture series.


Perceiving as Predicting?

  • Andy Clark
  • 03 October 2016

According to an emerging vision in computational and cognitive neuroscience, perception (rich, full-blooded, world-presenting perception of the kind we humans enjoy) depends heavily on prediction. To ...

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TBA

  • Michela Balconi
  • 05 December 2016

Top-down modulations of motor resonance to social stimuli

  • Cosimo Urgesi
  • 10 October 2016

Several previous studies have shown a muscle-specific facilitation of cortico-spinal excitability during observation of others’ actions (motor resonance). While motor resonance has been shown to be ...

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TBA

  • Michela Balconi
  • 05 December 2016

Perceiving as Predicting?

  • Andy Clark
  • 03 October 2016

According to an emerging vision in computational and cognitive neuroscience, perception (rich, full-blooded, world-presenting perception of the kind we humans enjoy) depends heavily on prediction. To ...

Read More

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