Scien­ti­fic re­search in neu­ro­lo­gy

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iden­ti­fies its func­tio­ning ( iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of places of rea­so­ning, lan­guage, vo­lun­ta­ry mo­tor co­or­di­na­tion, bo­dy awa­re­ness and en­vi­ron­ment, mes­sage in­te­gra­tion, hea­ring cen­ter, me­mo­ry and emo­tions)( and the­re­fore the ce­re­bral parts par­ti­ci­pa­ting in the consciousness ( iden­ti­fied

8) in the pa­rie­tal lobe) thanks to the scans made on people in co­ma and those in state of awa­ke­ning. Our nerve cells ( 100 bil­lion neu­rons per brain) com­mu­ni­cate with each other by elec­tri­cal si­gnals via sy­napses ( ter­mi­na­tions).

The more frequent the nerve im­pulse, the more the neu­ron pro­duces che­mi­cals ( neu­ros­trans­mit­ters). The emo­tio­nal brain co­exists with the ra­tio­nal brain ( pre­fron­tal cor­tex) and is at the root of our thoughts, ac­tions, de­sires, and mo­ti­va­tions.

In phi­lo­so­phy, Enac­ti­vism is a phi­lo­so­phi­cal concept of cog­ni­tion fo­cu­sed on how li­ving or­ga­nisms and hu­man minds in­ter­act with the en­vi­ron­ment. Maybe this theo­ry can al­so ex­plain the col­lec­tive consciousness.

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