An Apologia for Discretion What does it mean to be part of the universe in the 21st century?
In the great tradition of essays, the author draws on cognitive neuroscience and neurology, mathematics, physics, biology, philosophy, psychoanalysis, Judaism and literature.
Inner Cinematography and Awareness
A skillful book in which the author makes use of the most current resources of the neurosciences to understand the cerebral and psychological mechanisms that create our representation of the world and our awareness.
Lionel Naccache, Karine Naccache
Do you Speak “Brain”? The brain is part of our everyday lives
Instructive and entertaining, important facts about the brain by one of the great French neurologists. A proven format, since Lionel Naccache’s chronicles on the brain were the most popular podcasted shows last summer on French Inter radio.
The Sign Song
An essay illuminated by neuroscience, which aims to explore the psychological and cerebral cogs involved in the act of interpretation, which we are not generally aware of. A petition or manifesto in favour of defending our subjectivity and individuality, at a time when ever more efficient, air-tight and uniform signage tends to make us lose track of the fact that we are the inventors of our own understanding of the world’s signs.
Netperson From the Microcosm of the Brain to the Macrocosm of Human Societies
From the Microcosm of the Brain to the Macrocosm of Human Societies
On Being a Subject in Oneself The Talmudic Experience of Spirituality
What does it mean to be oneself? What does it mean to believe? An exploration of the neuroscience and philosophy of subjectivity