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Thu Oct 16 17:51:46 2014 UTClccn-n830632320.10Changeux, Jean-Pierre: Oncology, Zoology0.591.00David Nachmansohn papers, 1918-1981109187198Jean-Pierre_Changeuxn 83063232946907Changeux, J.-P.Changeux, J.-P. 1936-Changeux, J.-P. (Jean-Pierre)Changeux, Jean-PierreChangeux, Jean Pierre 1936-Changeux, Jean-Pierre P.シャンジュー, ジャン=ピエールlccn-n79056642Ricœur, Paullccn-n80137982Connes, Alainivelccn-n88664627Chavaillon, Jeanedtlccn-n87873098Kvamme, Elling1918-viaf-23261589Pihl, A.edtlccn-n50063546Norwegian Biochemical Societync-federation of european biochemical societies$meeting$1967$oslo norwayFederation of European Biochemical SocietiesMeeting1967 :Oslo, Norway)nc-international neurobiology society$meeting$1981$abbaye de fontevraultInternational Neurobiology SocietyMeeting1981 :Abbaye de Fontevrault)lccn-n86066575Konishi, M.edtlccn-n81139150Stifterverband für die Deutsche WissenschaftChangeux, Jean-PierreConference proceedingsInterviewsExhibition catalogsIntroductionsHistoryNeuropsychologyBrainNeurosciencesScience--MethodologyBrain--PhysiologyMind-brain identity theoryKnowledge, Theory ofEthicsChangeux, Jean-PierreFranceNeuroscientistsPhilosophersRicœur, PaulMathematics--PhilosophyPsychology and philosophyDevelopmental neurobiologyNeurobiology--Social aspectsPsychology--Social aspectsEmotional intelligenceNeurophysiology--PhilosophyNeurosciences--PhilosophyBrain--EvolutionAllosteric regulationEnzymes--RegulationNeurochemistryHigher nervous activityAcetylcholine--ReceptorsCytoarchitectonicsNeural transmissionNeuropsychology--PhilosophyMolecular neurobiologyLearning--Physiological aspectsMolecular biologyNicotinic receptorsPhilosophy and sciencePhilosophy of natureNeurobiology--PhilosophyScience--PhilosophyLaw--PhilosophySelfNachmansohn, David,Art--Collectors and collecting--Psychological aspectsArt and scienceAestheticsCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)Art--PsychologyPainting--Private collectionsPainting, FrenchChangeux, AnnieScience--Social aspects19361960196119641965196619681970197619771979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020122013201410462218612612.8QP360ocn469562419ocn470651242ocn762246443ocn858158094ocn041940837ocn469442913ocn123352674ocn742816068ocn780182762ocn780194589ocn795703324ocn311949978ocn179943281ocn310604970ocn315238200ocn780916714ocn473898893ocn802606433ocn441608978ocn802619736ocn762471958ocn443486131ocn820650893ocn673591944ocn691965677ocn691551936ocn798383143ocn691997353ocn691552090ocn691904942ocn417119933ocn799672048ocn826850222ocn057523500ocn470363607ocn743072411132416ocn434586590file20020.50Changeux, Jean-PierreThe physiology of truth neuroscience and human knowledge"Drawing on provocative new findings about the psychophysiology of perception and judgment in both human and nonhuman primates, and also on the cultural history of science, Jean-Pierre Changeux makes a powerful case for the reality of scientific progress and argues that it forms the basis for a coherent and universal theory of human rights. On this view, belief in objective knowledge is not a mere ideological slogan or a naive confusion; it is a characteristic feature of human cognition throughout evolution, and the scientific method is its most sophisticated embodiment. Seeking to reconcile science and humanism. Changeux holds that the capacity to recognize truths that are independent of subjective personal experience constitutes the foundation of a human civil society."--BOOK JACKET+-+2837659215324126821ocn011518580book19850.39Changeux, Jean-PierreNeuronal man : the biology of mindThis text elucidates current knowledge of the human brain, taking an interdisciplinary approach and explaining in lay terms the complex theories and scientific breakthroughs that have significantly improved our understanding in the 20th century+-+611175641582917ocn031167178book19950.53Changeux, Jean-PierreConversations on mind, matter, and mathematics+-+340235641553223ocn262680811file20050.74Changeux, Jean-PierreNeurobiology of human valuesMan has been pondering for centuries over the basis of his own ethical and aesthetic values. Until recent times, such issues were primarily fed by the thinking of philosophers, moralists and theologists, or by the findings of historians or sociologists relating to universality or variations in these values within various populations. Science has avoided this field of investigation within the confines of philosophy. Beyond the temptation to stay away from the field of knowledge science may also have felt itself unconcerned by the study of human values for a simple heuristic reason, namely the lack of tools allowing objective study. For the same reason, researchers tended to avoid the study of feelings or consciousness until, over the past two decades, this became a focus of interest for many neuroscientists. It is apparent that many questions linked to research in the field of neuroscience are now arising. The hope is that this book will help to formulate them more clearly rather than skirting them. The authors do not wish to launch a new moral philosophy, but simply to gather objective knowledge for reflection+-+480717590842931ocn417187753book19830.59Changeux, Jean-PierreL'Homme neuronalL'auteur est professeur au Collège de France et à l'Institut Pasteur. Dans cet ouvrage de réflexion, destiné à un public non spécialisé, il fait ressortir les traits marquants de la recherche contemporaine dans les sciences du système nerveux. Il tente aussi de "jeter une passerelle sur le fossé qui sépare les sciences de l'homme des sciences du système nerveux"42723ocn031374467book19950.70Fyssen Foundation SymposiumOrigins of the human brainConference proceedingsThroughout history, humans have been fascinated by their origins. The evolutionary development of the human brain is of particular interest as human intellectual, emotional, and cultural capacities are considered to be unique among animals. This book brings together a group of eminent scientists from the fields of anthropology, psychology, neuroscience, and evolutionary biology. Their views provide a starting point for a debate based on the most recent scientific data relating to the evolutionary origins of the human brain. The sciences of the past (palaeontology, archaeology) are joined with the sciences of the present and future (molecular neurobiology, population genetics) to produce a lively, informative, and valuable synthesis+-+954870346538813ocn000449996book19680.79Federation of European Biochemical SocietiesRegulation of enzyme activity and allosteric interactionsConference proceedings34022ocn300452045book19980.77Changeux, Jean-PierreCe qui nous fait penser : la nature et la règleInterviewsEn quoi les connaissances nouvelles sur le cerveau, permises par les progrès des neurosciences, modifient-elles notre connaissance de nous-mêmes ? Auront-elles un jour une influence sur notre conduite morale ? Un dialogue d'idées, fruit d'une rencontre inédite entre sciences cognitives et sciences humaines30615ocn009392330book19830.84International Neurobiology SocietyMolecular and cellular interactions underlying higher brain functions : proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the International Neurobiology Society, held at the Abbaye royale de Fontevrault (France), on September 1-4 1981Conference proceedings29119ocn020652597book19890.63Changeux, Jean-PierreMatière à penséeLes mathématiques et la biologie se trouvent aux deux extrémités du spectre de la science. D'un côté la rigueur logique, débarrassée de toute contingence matérielle, de l'autre une science d'observation, profondément tributaire de savoir-faire techniques et de concepts moraux. Ce livre d'entretiens tente de créer une passerelle entre ces disciplines que tout éloigne. Les deux auteurs, tous deux académiciens et professeurs au Collège de France, s'interrogent sur la nature de la pensée, l'existence des objets mathématiques ou le rapport entre le cerveau et les machines2586ocn759174111book20120.66Changeux, Jean-PierreThe good, the true, & the beautiful : a neuronal approach"In this fascinating and bold discussion, a renowned neurobiologist serves as guide to the most complex physical object in the living world: the human brain. Taking into account the newest brain research--morphological, physiological, chemical, genetic--and placing these findings in the context of psychology, philosophy, art, and literature, Changeux ventures into the unexplored territories where these diverse disciplines intersect. Changeux's book draws on Plato's notion that the Good, the True, and the Beautiful are celestial essences or ideas, independent but so intertwined as to be inseparable. Placing these essences within the characteristic features of the human brain's neuronal organization, the author addresses unsolved questions in neuroscience today. With imagination and deep insight, Changeux illuminates the evolution of the brain and deciphers what new developments in neuroscience may portend for the future of humanity"--Provided by publisher2149ocn015429526book19870.82Dahlem Workshop on the Neural and Molecular Bases of LearningThe neural and molecular bases of learning : report of the Dahlem Workshop on the Neural and Molecular Bases of Learning, Berlin 1985, December 8-13Conference proceedings20010ocn056394680book19940.70Changeux, Jean-PierreRaison et plaisirHistoryDepuis une vingtaine d'années, cependant, grâce à l'apport des neurosciences et de la psychologie cognitive, loin de s'épaissir, le mystère peu à peu se dissipe. Explorateur du cerveau et grand collectionneur, c'est à une fantastique "aventure philosophique" au cœur du processus créatif que nous convie Jean-Pierre Changeux, dans ce livre illustré par des chefs-d'œuvre peu connus de l'art français et étranger19712ocn056491352book19930.59Fondements naturels de l'éthiqueConference proceedings1785ocn062276237book20050.88Changeux, Jean-PierreNicotinic acetylcholine receptors : from molecular biology to cognitionThe acetylcholine nicotinic receptor is among the most studied receptors in neuroscience. Involved in muscle contraction and a wide variety of other neurological functions, including the processing of nicotine, it was the first receptor to be isolated and observed at the molecular level, providing a major research pathway for scientists working in neuroscience, biochemistry, pharmacology, and behavioral science. This book describes four decades of scientific research that inform our current understanding of this receptor+-+65354312451718ocn300468754book20020.59Changeux, Jean-PierreL'homme de véritéIntroductionsAprès Descartes, les sciences cognitives et des neurosciences se mobilisent pour tenter de répondre à ces questions : comment l'évolution biologique et génétique a-t-elle produit cette fantastique machine à penser qu'est le cerveau ? Comment ces prédispositions naturelles ont-elles donné lieu à l'activité scientifique organisée ?1549ocn044446453book20000.70Edelman, Gerald MThe brain+-+82625301251254ocn012106331book19850.95International symposium in memory of David Nachmansohn, 1899-1983Molecular basis of nerve activity : proceedings of the International Symposium in Memory of David Nachmansohn (1899-1983), Berlin (West) Germany, October 11-13, 1984Conference proceedings1258ocn429503923book20080.63Changeux, Jean-PierreDu vrai, du beau, du bien : une nouvelle approche neuronaleBilan des recherches actuelles en neurosciences, évoquant les liens entre la structure des récepteurs engagés dans la transmission des signaux entre cellules nerveuses et les processus fondamentaux d'apprentissage, l'organisation des réseaux de neurones et les processus sensoriels et cognitifs, le langage, etc. Le chercheur intègre dans cet essai les découvertes concernant le génome humain1114ocn056556993book19970.66Changeux, Jean-PierreUne même éthique pour tous?Peut-on éduquer à la tolérance et comment? Quel rôle doivent être amenés à jouer les comités d'éthique dans cette perspective? Aux côtés de médecins et de chercheurs, philosophes, religieux, anthropologues, neuropsychologues, juristes, éducateurs, ont débattu de ces questions fondamentales pour l'avenir de nos sociétés9763ocn043487357book20000.47Changeux, Jean-PierreWhat makes us think? : a neuroscientist and a philosopher argue about ethics, human nature, and the brainInterviewsWill understanding our brains help us to know our minds? Or is there an unbridgeable distance between the work of neuroscience and the workings of human consciousness? In an exchange between neuroscientist Jean-Pierre Changeux and philosopher Paul Ricoeur, this book explores the fraught territory between these divergent approaches--and comes to a deeper, more complex perspective on human nature. Ranging across diverse traditions, from phrenology to PET scans and from Spinoza to Charles Taylor, this book revolves around a central issue: the relation between the facts (or "what is") of science and the prescriptions (or "what ought to be") of ethics. Changeux and Ricoeur bring an unusual depth of engagement and breadth of knowledge to each other's subject. In doing so, they make two often hostile disciplines speak to one another in surprising and instructive ways--and speak with all the subtlety and passion of conversation at its best.--From publisher description+-+1594556415382ocn070120589book20060.93Musée BossuetLes Passions de l'âme : peintures des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles de la collection Changeux : Musée Bossuet, ville de Meaux, Musée des Augustins, ville de Toulouse, Musée des beaux-arts, ville de CaenExhibition catalogsPrésentation de tableaux religieux et mythologiques sur le thème de l'expression des sentiments. L'ouvrage réunit en majorité des peintures françaises des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, oeuvres de peintres qui ont marqué l'histoire de l'art français, de Jacques Stella à Claude Vignon, en passant par Antoine Rivalz ou les frères Le Nain121ocn051976894book20010.33Changeux, Jean-PierreLa naturaleza y la norma : lo que nos hace pensarInterviews+-+8598116314101ocn045081083book19990.35Changeux, Jean-PierreLo que nos hace pensar : la naturaleza y la reglaInterviews41ocn232714553book20080.77Changeux, Jean-PierreCe qui nous fait penser : la nature et la règleInterviewsEn quoi les connaissances nouvelles sur le cerveau, permises par les progrès des neurosciences, modifient-elles notre connaissance de nous-mêmes ? Auront-elles un jour une influence sur notre conduite morale ? Un dialogue d'idées, fruit d'une rencontre inédite entre sciences cognitives et sciences humaines22ocn650074162book20090.47Changeux, Jean-PierreNeden nasıl düşünürüz? : Etik, insan doğası üzerine bir tartışmaInterviews11ocn298686778mix1.00Nachmansohn, DavidCorrespondence, manuscripts, photographs, memorabilia and printed materials primarily concerning biochemistry. Correspondents include 20 Nobel Prize winners, including Otto Meyerhof, Archibald Vivian Hill, Feodor Lynes, and Severo Ochoa. Other correspondents include Sir Hans Krebs, John Farquhar Fulton, Jean Pierre Changeux, and others in Europe, Israel, Japan, and the USSR as well as the USA. Nachmansohn's concern with the place of Jews in science appears throughout the collection, expecially in material concerning the Weismann Institute and other academic institutions to which he belonged. There are photographs of colleagues, many signed and inscribed during his many trips. The printed materials consist chiefly of Nachmanson's published works beginning with his 1927 doctoral dissertation (University of Berlin) and continuing throughout his professional life at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, 1926-30; the Sorbonne, 1933-39; Yale University, 1939-42; and Columbia University11ocn726870072art19980.10Changeux, Jean-Pierre: Oncology, ZoologyBiographyDirectories+-+2837659215324+-+2837659215324Thu Oct 16 15:34:39 EDT 2014batch33542