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Тайна Бога и наука о мозге: Нейробиология веры и религиозного опыта
02.05.2016, 03:24

Год: 2013
Авторы: Эндрю Ньюберг, Юджин д'Аквили, Винс Рауз

Оглавление

1. Фотография Бога. Введение в биологию веры

  •   Метод: как уловить духовную реальность
  •   Данные, которые мы получаем

2. Аппараты мозга. Механизм восприятия

  •   Что делает нас людьми: кора головного мозга
  •   Как мозг собирает ощущения в целостную картину
  •   Как мы понимаем окружающий мир и как на него реагируем
  •   Определение Я: ориентационно-ассоциативная зона
  •   Локализация воли: ассоциативная зона внимания
  •   Создание каталога мира: вербально-концептуальная ассоциативная зона
  •   Как мозг создает свой ум

3. Архитектура мозга. Как мозг строит ум (умственную деятельность, прим. клуба ДОСИДО)

  •  Системы возбуждения и умиротворения
  •  Автономные состояния и духовный опыт
  •  Наивысшая умиротворенность
  •  Наивысшее возбуждение
  •  Наивысшая умиротворенность со вспышкой возбуждения
  •  Наивысшее возбуждение со вспышкой умиротворенности
  •  Эмоциональный мозг: лимбическая система
    •   Главный контролер: гипоталамус
    •   Сторожевой пес: миндалевидное тело
    •   Дипломат: гиппокамп
  •   Как мозг понимает мир: когнитивные операторы
    •   Способность видеть лес за деревьями: холистический оператор
    •   Способность видеть деревья за лесом: редукционный оператор
    •   Систематика ума: абстрагирующий оператор
    •   Математический ум: количественный оператор
    •   Как и почему: каузальный оператор
    •   Либо то, либо это: бинарный оператор
    •   Выхода нет: экзистенциальный оператор
    •   Чувство происходящего: оператор эмоциональной ценности
  •   Мозг в действии

4. Производство мифов. Стремление придумывать истории и верования

  •   Рождение мифа

5. Ритуал. Материальное проявление мифа

  •   Эволюционные корни ритуала
    •     Ритуал, биология и трансцендентность
    •     Ритуал и эмоции
  •   Как ритуал связан с мифом
    •     Почему мы воплощаем мифы в действие

6. Мистицизм. Биология трансцендентного

  •   Что такое настоящий мистицизм
  •   Мистицизм – это психическое расстройство?
  •   Нейробиология мистического опыта
    •     Пассивный подход
    •     Активный подход
  •   Абсолютное единое бытие, эволюция и человеческое Я

7. Происхождение религии. Неистребимая хорошая идея

  •   Религия и чувство контроля
  •   Происхождение религии
  •   Окно, за которым Бог?

8. Реальнее реального. Ум в поисках Абсолюта

  •   Наука мистиков
  •   Есть ли реальная реальность?
  •   Как ум создает наше Я

9. Почему не исчезнет Бог. Метафора Бога и мифология науки

Эпилог. Так что же такое «нейротеология»?

 

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