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by A. R. DamasioAntonio R Damasio Antonio Damasio
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Antonio Damasio (Portuguese: António Damásio) is a Portuguese-American neuroscientist. He is currently the David Dornsife Chair in Neuroscience, as well as Professor of Psychology, Philosophy, and Neurology, at the University of Southern California, and, additionally, an adjunct professor at the Salk Institute.
Looking for Spinoza rediscovers a thinker whose work prefigures modern neuroscience, not only in his emphasis on emotions and feelings, but in his refusal to separate mind and body.
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In Looking for Spinoza, Damasio appears to have been drawn back to a much more questionable cortico-centric perspective on these basic emotional 126 Jaak Panksepp processes that he developed in The Feeling of What Happens
In Looking for Spinoza, Damasio appears to have been drawn back to a much more questionable cortico-centric perspective on these basic emotional 126 Jaak Panksepp processes that he developed in The Feeling of What Happens. The correlative evidence for the cortical locus of control for certain perceptual aspects of emotions is substantial (Adolphs, et a. 2000), but in the absence of compelling causal evidence, this should not be generalized wholesale to the aﬀective potency of such states.
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Jonathan Bate enjoys Antonio Damasio's lesson in 300-year-old philosophy, Looking for Spinoza. Damasio is a distinguished neuro-scientist who came to prominence outside his specialist field just under a decade ago when he published a book called Descartes' Error, which argued that new knowledge about the workings of the brain called into question the old distinctions between reasoning and feeling, mind and body.
USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences.
Expert on cognition and behavior, with special focus on emotion, decision-making and consciousness. David Dornsife Professor of Neuroscience. Director, Brain and Creativity Institute. USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts & Sciences.
Damasio has the rare talent of rendering science intelligible while also being gifted in philosophy, literature and wit. . -Margaret Jacob, Los Angeles Times Exceptionally engaging and profoundly gratifying. Achieves a unique combination of scientific exposition, historical discovery and deep personal statement regarding the human condition.