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    Le questioni morali e le implicazioni psicologiche della riproduzione, del sesso e delle relazioni affettive nelle missioni spaziali.Maurizio Balistreri - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):148-167.
    _Riassunto_: I bisogni sessuali degli astronauti rappresentano un tema lungamente trascurato delle missioni spaziali. Soltanto di recente la comunità scientifica ha incominciato a interessarsi alla vita sessuale degli astronauti e a rivolgere una qualche attenzione alle questioni che riguardano il sesso nello spazio. Comunque, il sesso è una questione centrale per gli astronauti impegnati nelle missioni spaziali. Noi sosteremmo che nella prima fase di esplorazione e di colonizzazione dello spazio e di nuovi pianeti, gli astronauti dovrebbero avere la possibilità di (...)
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    Recensione di F.G. Menga, Etica intergenerazionale.Eleonora Corace - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):227-229.
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    Somewhere in-between: Inner speech and the proto-mental content.Mariela Destéfano - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):181-191.
    _Abstract_: In this paper, I explain emerging mental content by focusing on the role of inner speech in reading acquisition. I offer a hybrid explanation that relates a Vygotskian conception of inner speech (constructivism) to dual-route psycholinguistic models of reading (cognitivism) and the notion of content-involving mental states based on socio-cultural practices (enactivism). I first clarify some of the presuppositions that allow for my proposed conception of proto-content. Second, I explore the relationship between inner speech and reading acquisition. Lastly, I (...)
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    Lineamenti di una fenomenologia dell’attenzione. Da Husserl a Waldenfels.Antonio Di Chiro - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):192-205.
    _Riassunto_: In questo articolo cercheremo di delineare le caratteristiche di una fenomenologia dell’attenzione incentrata sui concetti di interesse e selezione. Partiremo dall’analisi del concetto di attenzione in Husserl per poi concentrarci sulle riflessioni di William James, Alfred Schutz ed Erving Goffman che riconoscono un ruolo fondamentale dell’attenzione nei processi con cui gli attori sociali inquadrano e definiscono la realtà e, infine, analizzeremo la proposta teorica di Bernhard Waldenfels che propone un’etica dell’attenzione che è sia un’etica dell’apertura e del riconoscimento dell’altro (...)
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    Le allucinazioni uditive tra neurobiologia e fenomenologia.Federica Doronzo - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):214-226.
    _Riassunto_: Il presente lavoro proporre una rassegna che consideri il fenomeno delle allucinazioni uditive da due diverse prospettive: quella neurobiologica e quella fenomenologica. La neurobiologia indaga i meccanismi cerebrali correlati alle _allucinazioni uditive_, focalizzandosi sulla presenza di attivazioni neurali anomale; la fenomenologia, diversamente, si concentra sui processi psichici, mostrando come i pazienti hanno difficoltà a distinguere le sensazioni causate dalle proprie azioni da quelle che derivano da influenze esterne. Queste prospettive non sono mutualmente esclusive. Gli studi che verranno discussi sono (...)
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    Un’epoca senza contatto? Dall’io empatico al sé digitale.Ignazio Iacone - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):206-213.
    _Riassunto_: Il presente lavoro affronta il delicato tema dell’isolamento digitale e della profonda svolta antropologica scaturita dall’uso delle nuove tecnologie elettroniche. Le nostre relazioni amicali, lavorative e familiari fanno sempre più ricorso alla comunicazione telematica e meno al confronto personale. La conversazione vis-à-vis, che è quella più umanizzante, sta lasciando il posto a quella mediata da computer e smartphone. Tutto questo rischia di provocare un nocivo isolamento digitale, interrompendo ogni forma di dialogo e di introspezione personale. L’isolamento viene spesso abbinato (...)
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    The ordering mind. The Goldstein-Cassirer approach to neuropathology and its relevance today.Luigi Laino - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):168-180.
    _Abstract_: In this paper, I will examine the Goldstein-Cassirer approach to neuropathology to determine its current potential for yielding valuable insights. To this end, I will reconstruct the philosophical and theoretical underpinnings of such a standpoint in the first four sections. What will emerge is that it entails a definition of pathology as the loss of balance in the adaption of human beings to the environment, leading to a lack of proclivity to categorical behaviour and symbolic performances. Furthermore, we will (...)
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    Recensione di M. Bottiroli, Marcel Proust. Il romanzo del desiderio.Enrico Palma - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14 (3):230-231.
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    Recensione di F. Faggin, Irriducibile. La coscienza, la vita, i computer e la nostra natura. [REVIEW]Cristiano Calì - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:142-145.
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    Recensione di R. Manzotti, La mente allargata. [REVIEW]Daniela Troiano - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:146-147.
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    Two open questions in the reformist agenda of the philosophy of cognitive science.Aurora Alegiani, Massimo Marraffa & Tiziana Vistarini - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:59-73.
    _Abstract_: In this paper we carve out a _reformist_ agenda within the debate on the foundations of cognitive science, incorporating some important ideas from the 4E cognition literature into the computational-representational framework. We are deeply sympathetic to this reformist program since we think that, despite strong criticism of the concept of computation and the related notion of representation, computational models should still be at the core of the study of mind. At the same time, we recognize the need for a (...)
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    Rethinking cognitive architecture: A heterarchical network of different types of information processors.William Bechtel - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:88-102.
    _Abstract_: Rather than seeking a common architecture for cognitive processing, this paper argues that we should recognize that the brain employs multiple information processing structures. Many of these are manifest in brain areas outside the neocortex such as the hypothalamus, brain stem pattern generators, the basal ganglia, and various nuclei releasing neuromodulators. Rather than employing one mode of information processing, the brain employs multiple modes integrated in a heterarchical network. These in turn affect processing within the neocortex and together with (...)
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    Distributed loci of control: Overcoming stale dichotomies in biology and cognitive science.Daniel C. Burnston & Antonella Tramacere - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:103-117.
    _Abstract_: We argue that theoretical debates in biology and cognitive science often are based around differences in the posited _locus of control _for biological and cognitive phenomena. Internalists about locus of control posit that specific causal control over the phenomenon is exerted by factors internal (to the relevant subsystem) of an organism. Externalists posit that causally specific influence is due to external factors. In theoretical biology, we suggest, a minimal agreement has developed that the locus of control for heritable variation (...)
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    Psychology is – and should be – central to cognitive science.Max Coltheart - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:40-58.
    _Abstract_: Cognitive science is typically defined as the multidisciplinary study of mind, with the disciplines involved usually listed as philosophy, psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology. Furthermore, these six “core disciplines” are generally regarded as having equal status vis-à-vis cognitive science. In contrast to the latter position, I argue that psychology has a special status here: it is central to cognitive science in a way that none of the other five disciplines is. I support this argument via both theoretical (...)
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    "Cognition" - Let's forget it?Alan Costall - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:135-141.
    _Abstract_: For many psychologists, “cognition” is an obvious object for study. A natural kind. What I want to do in this article is problematise “cognition”. Psychologists lived happily without “cognition” until the 1960’s and even then, its entry into psychological discourse was hardly smooth. Furthermore, the new cognitive psychology retained much of the behaviourism it wrongly claimed to have displaced. There are now some radical developments going on in “cognitive science” but those involved still retain the term “cognition”. But isn’t (...)
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    What future for cognitive science(s)?Sara Dellantonio & Luigi Pastore - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:1-10.
    _Abstract_: In this introduction to the thematic issue on _the future of the cognitive science(s)_, we examine how challenges and uncertainties surrounding the past and present of this discipline make it difficult to chart its future. We focus on two main questions. The first is whether cognitive science is a single unified field or inherently pluralistic. This question can be asked at various levels: First, with respect to the disciplines that should be included in the cognitive hexagon and their reciprocal (...)
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    What philosophy, if any, is needed for cognitive science?Philip V. Kargopoulos - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:27-39.
    _Abstract_: The question posed in the title serves as a springboard to examine the interdisciplinary nature of cognitive science and the role philosophy should play. I will argue that philosophy has a clearly defined role to play over and above the contributions made by philosophies specific to the various disciplines engaged in cognitive science. I also point out that by engaging with cognitive science – an endeavor defined by a clear scientific goal – philosophy itself will have to change in (...)
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    The mind-body problem between philosophy and the cognitive sciences.Sandro Nannini - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:118-134.
    _Abstract_: Here, I examine the main philosophical solutions to the mind-body problem distinguishing between “historicist” solutions that (more or less clearly) separate philosophy from science and solutions that instead result from a double “cognitive turn”, and see “continuity” between philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences. The “historicist” solutions include ontological dualism (together with “skepticism” and “new mysterianism”), epistemological dualism, subjective idealism, and absolute idealism. In this group, transcendental idealism, phenomenology, and neutral monism are the solutions most open to a (...)
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    The future of cognitive science is pluralistic, but what does that mean?Lisa Osbeck & Saulo de Freitas Araujo - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:11-26.
    _Abstract_: We imagine the future of cognitive science by first considering its past, which shows remarkable transformation from a field that, although interdisciplinary, was initially marked by a narrow set of assumptions concerning its subject matter. In the last decades, multiple alternative frameworks with radically different ontological and epistemic commitments (e.g., situated cognition, embodied cognition, extended mind) found broad support. We address the question of how to understand these changes, noting as logical alternatives that (1) newer approaches are not properly (...)
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    From unified to specific theories of cognition.Frank van der Velde - 2023 - Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 14:74-87.
    _Abstract_: This article discusses the unity of cognitive science that seemed to emerge in the 1950s, based on the computational view of cognition. This unity would entail that there is a single set of mechanisms (i.e. algorithms) for all cognitive behavior, in particular at the level of productive human cognition as exemplified in language and reasoning. In turn, this would imply that theories in psychology, and cognitive science in general, would consist of algorithms based on symbol manipulation as found in (...)
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