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This page contains some of the articles published on the Institute for Culture and Societyblog . It includes interviews, opinion articles and reports related to the activities and research carried out at the centre.

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THE HUMAN GAZE




"The current fees of mental health problems in children and youth in the most developed countries are worrisome."

ISABEL SOLANA

The programs of study for the last 20 years on the prevalence of mental health problems in children under 18 years of age indicates that one in eight had a mental disorder at the time of the assessment.

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THE HUMAN GAZE




"There are cases of radicalization undetectable for many months. If the people around us look like us, we are unconcerned."

LAURA TELLA ROYO

The radicalization, violence and hate speeches have been protagonists in episodes of recent history for many years. 

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THE HUMAN GAZE




"A believing scientist is above all a lover of truth."

ISABEL SOLANA

The progress of science financial aid to unravel the complexity of the world. However, the scientific knowledge is not the only way to know the truth.

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THE HUMAN GAZE



"The freest society is the one whose citizens have the greatest capacity for self-government."

ISABEL SOLANA

It is a fact that we live in increasingly complex and plural contexts. Citizens are increasingly demanding that those in power be able to maintain a solid order and respond appropriately to their different needs.

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THE HUMAN GAZE



"In the Education of children, the most important thing is presence: from security they will learn everything else."

BERTA VITERI

Carlos Beltramo recently presented the book "Parentalidad positiva: Una mirada a una nueva época", which he has coordinated together with Sonia Rivas, professor at the School of Education and Psychology

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THE HUMAN GAZE



"Populists create a problem to make people feel fear and then present themselves as the solution".

BERTA VITERI

Emotions play a key role in politics and International Office.

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INTERVIEW



"Who loves, who desires, who believes, who relates to other human beings is not only the brain, but the person".

BERTA VITERI

Neuroscience enters into dialogue with all subject of disciplines; its presence is especially B in the field of Humanities.

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INTERVIEW



"In lovingly caring for another person I am meetinglinked to their destiny".

BERTA VITERI

Interview with philosopher Anthony J. Steinbock, Professor at Stony Brook University

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SOCIAL SCIENCES



Young people and the couple: is it true that they are afraid of commitment?

BERTA VITERI

It is a fact that Spaniards are marrying later and later: statistics show that women marry at averageat 35 and men at 38.

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INTERVIEW



"The family generates goods that have a humanising potential for society".

BERTA VITERI

Healthy family ties have implicit goods such as reciprocity, generativity and hospitality and have the capacity to expand beyond themselves and benefit society as a whole.

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THE HUMAN GAZE



"Isaiah Berlin was one of the first intellectuals to focus on Russian liberalism, an alternative to Tsarism as a political future for Russia".

ISABEL SOLANA

Interview with António Bento, Professor at the University of Beira Interior (Portugal)

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THE HUMAN GAZE



Keys to understanding the war in Ukraine

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Several ICS researchers offer contributions to help understand the background to these developments and their potential international implications in the medium and long term deadline.

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INTERVIEW



"After the pandemic, cities are no longer so attractive to some people".

BERTA VITERI

Interview with Betina Bock, Professor at the University of Groningen and the University of Waningen (The Netherlands)

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SOCIAL SCIENCES



What can Philosophy contribute to neuroscience? An Aristotelian view of the problem of consciousness

NATALIA ROUZAUT

The Theory of Everything, Interstellar, AI. Artificial Intelligence, Devs, The Big Bang Theory... These are some examples where the idea of the supremacy of science is sample .

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OPINION



The brain, much more than a supercomputer

JOSÉ MANUEL MUÑOZ

For decades, mainstream neuroscience has conceived of the brain as a kind of computer that, after receiving information in the form of sensory inputs, is able to...

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RESEARCH



From stimulating neurons with light to using artificial intelligence to analyse MRI scans: the latest techniques to study the brain.

ISABEL SOLANA

Analysis of some of the state-of-the-art techniques for the study of the brain.

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RESEARCH



Family time, a pillar of positive adolescent development

ISABEL SOLANA AND CARLOS JIMÉNEZ

Adolescence is a stage in a person's life, core topic , as it marks the beginning of the transition to adulthood. 

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INTERVIEW



Emotional self-regulation: an element core topic for wellbeing staff and couples

NATALIA ROUZAUT

From falling in love to love is a big leap and, to achieve a deep and mature bond, an effort is needed on both sides of the couple.