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Journal of NeuroPhilosophy (JNphi) is dedicated to supporting interdisciplinary exploration of Philosophy and its relation to the Nervous System. The most important goal here is to be able to offer answers for the ancient philosophical unsolved questions in the light of neuroscience with fresh, groundbreaking perspectives. Neurophilosophy is the fresh way with a new perspectives of exit from the box or bottle of classical philosophy. φ Read more...

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