Can psychoanalytical hypotheses have a universal value? Can they describe the same – or a similar – psychic dynamic for any human, regardless of the […]
Mindsets. Conceiving cognition in nature
What is cognition? What is its place in nature? For about 60 years philosophers and scientists have been engaged in giving a naturalistic dress to the cognitive sciences arguing over the status of mental representations and computational processes.
Cinéma&Cie: Neurofilmology. Audiovisual Studies and the Challenge of Neuroscience
Download the introduction of the book Over the last two decades, discoveries made in the field of cognitive neuroscience have begun to permeate humanities and […]
The snowy snap. The Story of Chaturman Rai, Himalayan folk-photographer and film-maker
In a remote village of eastern Nepal, lacking electricity and any other facilities, Chaturman, a farmer belonging to the Kulung Rai ethnic group, has for […]
Italian America. Epos and Storytelling in Helen Barolini
This book offers to the reader a tool to address the still largely uncharted territory of contemporary literature of migration. In addition to presenting and […]
Chiasmi International 16
Merleau-Ponty ENTRE HIER ET DEMAIN BETWEEN YESTERDAY AND TOMORROW TRA IERI E DOMANI **** dossiers – special sections – dossiers Merleau -Ponty demain Merleau -Ponty […]
Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory
Floating Tomb: Black Metal Theory is a collaborative collection of writings in black metal theory (BMT), an amorphous ‘metallecutal’ movement initiated in 2009 with the symposium Hideous Gnosis.
The gift in the heart of language. The maternal source of meaning
Genevieve Vaughan offers a paradigm-shifting view of the structure of material and verbal communication, based on mother- child experience and confirmed by recent research in infant psychology.