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Vulnerable minds, the neuropolitics of divided societies, Liya Yu

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Vulnerable minds, the neuropolitics of divided societies, Liya Yu
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Vulnerable minds
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
1337943286
Responsibility statement
Liya Yu
Sub title
the neuropolitics of divided societies
Summary
Liya Yu develops a novel political framework that builds on neuroscientific discoveries to rethink the social contract. She advances a new neuropolitical language of persuasion that refrains from moralizing or shaming and instead appeals to shared neurobiological vulnerabilities
Table Of Contents
Intro -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: Vulnerable Minds in Charlottesville -- 1. A Battle Over Reality: Pitching the Social Contract Anew -- 2. Unlocking the Black Box: Social Neuroscience's Political Power -- 3. Shared Vulnerabilities: We All Have Dehumanizing Brains -- 4. Humanization Duties at Home: Neuropolitical Strategies for Liberal Democracies -- 5. Humanization Duties Abroad: The Other in a Postcolonial World -- Conclusion: Toward a Neuromaterialist Idea of Our Political Selves -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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