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    ¿Qué Modelo Interdisciplinar Requiere la Neuroética?Paula Castelli - 2018 - Recerca. Revista de Pensament I Anàlisi 22:33-49.
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  2. Lo que Descartes le podría haber dicho a Jaegwon Kim: causalidad y dualismo sustancial.Paula Castelli - 2009 - Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia 35 (1):145-162.
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  3. Mundo externo e imaginación en la sexta meditación cartesiana: a propósito de unas consideraciones de Mario Caimi.Paula Castelli & Ezequiel Zerbudis - 2010 - Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia 36 (2):299-314.
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    Ver Y pensar: Fisiología mecanicista cartesiana Y fenomenología Del cuerpo.Esteban García & Paula Castelli - 2013 - Revista de filosofía (Chile) 69:133-150.
    As a tenacious and rigorous reader of the Cartesian corpus, Merleau-Ponty payed special attention to its ambiguities. On the one hand, the intellectualism of the Cartesian theory of perception (Dioptrique) goes along with a mechanistic physiology (Traité de l’Homme) and also with the substantial dualism of the first Méditations Métaphysiques. On the other, Descartes always insisted on hylomorphism, composition, permixtio and even substantial union. Thereby, the human body becomes endowed with such peculiar properties as its inner binding, indivisibility and a (...)
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    Ver y pensar. Fisiología mecanicista cartesiana y fenomenología del cuerpo.Esteban García & Paula Castelli - 2013 - Revista de filosofía (Chile) 69:133-150.
    As a tenacious and rigorous reader of the Cartesian corpus, Merleau-Ponty payed special attention to its ambiguities. On the one hand, the intellectualism of the Cartesian theory of perception goes along with a mechanistic physiology and also with the substantial dualism of the first Méditations Métaphysiques. On the other, Descartes always insisted on hylomorphism, composition, permixtio and even substantial union. Thereby, the human body becomes endowed with such peculiar properties as its inner binding, indivisibility and a biological self-interest, instilling a (...)
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