The mind, body, and society
The interface between immunology, neuroscience, and philosophy, including its history
- Immunoneuropsychology (INP) and the mind-body problem. Does INP have implications for better understanding consciousness and how neurophysiological processes and mind are related? What are the conceptual/theoretical foundations of INP?
- The Immunologic Self. Problems associated with self and personal identity. Can immunologic perspectives help philosophers better understand the concept of self and, conversely, can philosophers help immunologists in their research.
- Immunoneuropsychology and socio-ethical issues (including Transhumanism).
The above research projects all require learning about immunology, neuroscience and philosophy (particularly philosophy of mind).
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