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Neurolaw: come le neuroscienze potrebbero cambiare l'antropologia giuridica

Faedda, Barbara

Neurolaw is the study of the numerous applications of neuroscience in the legal system. With neuroscience increasingly entering into today’s legal debates, legal anthropologists should question their relationship to this new form of knowledge, and rethink how to intervene, as Carol Greenhouse puts it, “against the depersonalizing effects of law.” How might ethnographic intimacy, anthropological relativism, and respect for cultural differences deal with “laboratory oriented” neuroscientific analysis and technology?

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Antropologia Giuridica
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Mondadori University

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Italian Academy
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November 21, 2014
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