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  1. Gianluca Bocchi & Mauro Ceruti (2011). L'humanité, un destin en devenir. Hermès 60:, [ p.].
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  2. Mauro Ceruti (2011). Ripensare l'università nella società della conoscenza. Iride 24 (1):17-26.
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  3. Mauro Ceruti (2009). Il Vincolo E la Possibilità. R. Cortina.
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  4. Michel Bitbol, Carmelo Call, Massimiliano Cappuccio, Mauro Ceruti, Luisa Damiano, Giovanna Colombetti, Evan Thompson, Carlo Conni, Giuseppe Longo & Mauro Maldonato (2008). La neurofenomenologia esperienza, percezione, cognizione. Rivista di Estetica 48 (37):9-168.
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  5. Mauro Ceruti & Luisa Damiano (2008). Conoscenza Della conoscenza E complessità. La proposta epistemologica di Varela per la scienza cognitiva. Rivista di Estetica 48 (37):67-76.
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  6. Mauro Ceruti (2005). Le Due Paci: Cristianesimo E Morte di Dio Nel Mondo Globalizzato. R. Cortina.
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  7. Mauro Ceruti & Telmo Pievani (2005). The Incompleteness of Each Tradition: Toward an Ethic of Complexity (l'Incompiutezza di Ogni Tradizione: Verso Un'etica Della Complessita). World Futures 61 (4):291 – 306.
    This article addresses the power of human technologies to wreak destruction on a planetary scale, such as genetic manipulation and weapons of mass destruction. It proposes the need for a new ethic that would be planetary in scale. Its central aim would be to include the great historical and contemporary diversity of human cognitive and epistemological experience. An "ethic of complexity" can weave together the threads of our common heritage. Although humanity's evolutionary past has been shown to be quite diverse, (...)
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  8. Mauro Ceruti & Telmo Pievani (2005). The Word "Time" - Voce "Tempo". World Futures 61 (4):272 – 286.
    This article looks at the prevalent view of time in the history of Western philosophy and science and then contrasts it with the emerging new vision of time as ontologically constructive. Throughout Western history, philosophers and scientists attempted to marginalize and anesthetize the role of time by prioritizing being over becoming. But beginning with the Darwinian revolution in biology, the West could no longer deny the constructive role of time in bringing forth new ontological orders. While the 20th century witnessed (...)
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