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El estadio estético de Kierkegaard en en las categorías lógicas de Hegel: inmediatez, reflexión y posibilidad formal
Binetti,María José;
Enfoques , 2010,
Abstract: the present paper analyzes the kierkegaardian aesthetical stage in order to show how its internal dynamism confirms in singular existence some categories, which hegel′s logic affirms as structure and meaning of reality as a whole. thus, the author sets out to address the topic which contrasts kierkegaardian and hegelian thoughts, as she points out the coincidences of a same metaphysical fundamental orientation.
LA ALTERIDAD DIALéCTICA DE LA LIBERTAD KIERKEGAARDIANA
Binetti,María José;
Estudios de Filosofía , 2005,
Abstract: the aim of this article is to show, inside kierkegaardian?s freedom, the presence of an active alterity, conceived as difference, non-being, nothingness, which are able to impel the existence, through the force of contradiction, to constitute its own identity. for kierkegaard this radical alterity is sin, whose conscience reveals to man both his essential duality and the distance that separates him from the absolute being.
LA INFLUENCIA DE KIERKEGAARD EN LA RECONSTRUCCIóN DE LA SUBJETIVIDAD POSMODERNA
Binetti,María J;
Praxis Filosófica , 2010,
Abstract: there is a posmodern subjectivity's reading in the terms of a relativistic and atheistic nihilism, but also there is other reading of it in the terms of an absolute and divine, incommensurable and infinite reality, whose excess of actuality overcomes the limits of abstract understanding. concerning to the latest interpretation, kierkegaard means the fundamental thinker, who inspires several posmodern authors like j. derrida, g. deleuze, j. caputo o m. taylor. the contemporary resource to kierkegaardian categories of repetition, singularity, absolute difference, possibility, paradox, moment, religion, faith, or being-in-the-between proves the importance and influence nowadays of danish philosopher.
El amor: clave de resolución en la dialéctica de la libertad kierkegaardiana
Binetti,María José;
Revista de Filosofía , 2003,
Abstract: the intention of this article is to study the function of love in the kierkegaardian dialectic of freedom, considering that it is suspended between sin and the aspiration to do good. in this human freedom oscilation, besieged by continuous ?to be? or ?not to be? dilema, it is love, that spiritual life principle, that permits the reconstruction of personal identity, while completely forgetting its alternate, sin . because of love, and all love comes from the same absolute source, the singular existing man is reaffirmed in his union with god and with the others.
Kierkegaard’s Ethical Stage In Hegel’s Logical Categories: Actual Possibility, Reality And Necessity
María J. Binetti
Cosmos and History : the Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy , 2007,
Abstract: During decades, the history of philosophy has kept Kierkegaardrsquo;s and Hegelrsquo;s thought apart, and their long-standing opposition has swept through the speculative greatness of Kierkegaardian existentialism and the existential power of Hegelian philosophy. In contrast to such unfortunate misinterpretation, this article aims at showing the deep convergence that relates interiorly the Kierkegaardian ethical stage with the most important Hegelian logic categories. Kierkegaard and Hegel conceive of the idea as the real power of subjective becoming, and the existence as the actual concretion of the ideal. To both of them, the pure emeneacute;rgeia/em of freedom, which starts in the abstract and aesthetical possibility of the subjective immediacy, realizes itself as the actual concretion of finitude, assuming time and contingency by the eternal and necessary force of duty. The Kierkegaardian repetition is nothing but this powerful idea, mediating the flux of finite differences in the eternal identity of subject. However, for Kierkegaard as well as for Hegel there is an absolute contradiction, which promotes the overcoming of ethics.
El estadio ético de Kierkegaard en las categorías lógicas de Hegel: posibilidad, realidad y necesidad actuales
María J. Binetti
Cosmos and History : the Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy , 2007,
Abstract: Durante deacute;cadas, la historia de la filosofiacute;a ha separado a Kierkegaard de Hegel y a Hegel de Kierkegaard, en detrimento tanto de la grandeza especulativa del pensamiento kierkegaardiano como de la vena existencial del sistema de Hegel. En oposicioacute;n a esta desafortunada lectura, el presente artiacute;culo intenta mostrar la profunda convergencia que une internamente el estadio eacute;tico de Kierkegaard con las maacute;s importantes categoriacute;as loacute;gicas de Hegel. Ambos pensadores conciben la idea como el poder real del devenir subjetivo y la existencia como la concrecioacute;n actual de lo ideal. Para ambos, la pura eneacute;rgeia de la libertad, que comienza en la posibilidad abstracta y esteacute;tica de la inmediatez subjetiva, se realiza a siacute; misma como la actual concrecioacute;n de la finitud, capaz de asumir lo temporal y contingente por la fuerza eterna y necesaria del deber. La repeticioacute;n kierkegaardiana no es nada sino el poder de lo ideal, capaz de mediar el flujo de las diferencias finitas en la eterna identidad del sujeto. Sin embargo, tanto para Kierkegaard como para Hegel existe una absoluta contradiccioacute;n, llamada a promover la superacioacute;n de lo eacute;tico.
Quantitative EEG Markers in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Degenerative versus Vascular Brain Impairment
D. V. Moretti,O. Zanetti,G. Binetti,G. B. Frisoni
International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/917537
Abstract: We evaluated the relationship between brain rhythmicity and both the cerebrovascular damage (CVD) and amygdalohippocampal complex (AHC) atrophy, as revealed by scalp electroencephalography (EEG) in a cohort of subjects with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). All MCI subjects underwent EEG recording and magnetic resonance imaging. EEGs were recorded at rest. Relative power was separately computed for delta, theta, alpha1, alpha2, and alpha3 frequency bands. In the spectral band power the severity of CVD was associated with increased delta power and decreased alpha2 power. No association of vascular damage was observed with alpha3 power. Moreover, the theta/alpha1 ratio could be a reliable index for the estimation of the individual extent of CV damage. On the other side, the group with moderate hippocampal atrophy showed the highest increase of alpha2 and alpha3 power. Moreover, when the amygdalar and hippocampal volumes are separately considered, within amygdalohippocampal complex (AHC), the increase of theta/gamma ratio is best associated with amygdalar atrophy whereas alpha3/alpha2 ratio is best associated with hippocampal atrophy. CVD and AHC damages are associated with specific EEG markers. So far, these EEG markers could have a prospective value in differential diagnosis between vascular and degenerative MCI. 1. Introduction Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a clinical state intermediate between elderly normal cognition and dementia that affects a significant amount of the elderly population, featuring memory complaints and cognitive impairment on neuropsychological testing, but no dementia [1–3]. The hippocampus is one of the first and most affected brain regions impacted by both Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment (MCI; [4–9]). In mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease patients, it has been shown that hippocampal volumes are 27% smaller than in normal elderly controls [10, 11], whereas patients with MCI show a volume reduction of 11% [11]. So far, from a neuropathological point of view, the progression of disease from MCI state to later stages seems to follow a linear course. Nevertheless, there is some evidence from functional [12–14] and biochemical studies [15] that the process of conversion from nondemented to clinically evident demented state is not so linear. Recent fMRI studies have suggested increased medial temporal lobe (MTL) activations in MCI subjects versus controls, during the performance of memory tasks [16, 17]. Nonetheless, fMRI findings in MCI are discrepant, as MTL hypoactivation similar to that seen in AD patients
Application of the Dangerous Preparation Directive: consequences on plant protection products in the internal market
Rubbiani,Maristella; Fornarelli,Laura; Bascherini,Susanna; Binetti,Roberto;
Annali dell'Istituto Superiore di Sanità , 2010, DOI: 10.4415/ANN_10_01_11
Abstract: legislative decree march 2003, n. 65 brought about implementation of directive 1999/45/ ec of the european parliament and of the council dated 31 may 1999 and directive 2001/60/ec of the commission dated 7 august 2001 concerning laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the member states relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous preparations come into force. directive 1999/45/ec brought about a series of modifications representing the new regulatory framework for dangerous preparations. the above-mentioned decree supplies the criteria for the evaluation of hazardous preparations, regardless of their intended use, and completes previously undertaken steps, in strict connection with the analogous directives of the eu, for the problematic complexity of the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous substances and preparations. the applicative importance of directive 99/45/ec derives directly from these innovations. among these, for the first time, the category of "dangerous for the environment" has been extended also to preparations. moreover, also for the first time, the scope of the directive is extended to plant protection products and biocides. this paper provides an overview on the results of the hazard classification procedure carried out at national level for plant protection products in light of the new rules and the outcomes in terms of variations of the labels through comparison between previous and new classification. furthermore the most significant issue which come up during the classification process and the criteria applied for their solution are also reported.
Key Success Factors and Future Perspective of Silicon-Based Solar Cells
S. Binetti,M. Acciarri,A. Le Donne,M. Morgano
International Journal of Photoenergy , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/249502
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Analysis of grey matter in thalamus and basal ganglia based on EEG α3/α2 frequency ratio reveals specific changes in subjects with mild cognitive impairment
Davide V Moretti,Donata Paternicò,Giuliano Binetti,Orazio Zanetti
ASN Neuro , 2012, DOI: 10.1042/an20120058
Abstract: GM (grey matter) changes of thalamus and basal ganglia have been demonstrated to be involved in AD (Alzheimer's disease). Moreover, the increase of a specific EEG (electroencephalogram) marker, α3/α2, have been associated with AD-converters subjects with MCI (mild cognitive impairment). To study the association of prognostic EEG markers with specific GM changes of thalamus and basal ganglia in subjects with MCI to detect biomarkers (morpho-physiological) early predictive of AD and non-AD dementia. Seventy-four adult subjects with MCI underwent EEG recording and high-resolution 3D MRI (three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging). The α3/α2 ratio was computed for each subject. Three groups were obtained according to increasing tertile values of α3/α2 ratio. GM density differences between groups were investigated using a VBM (voxel-based morphometry) technique. Subjects with higher α3/α2 ratios when compared with subjects with lower and middle α3/α2 ratios showed minor atrophy in the ventral stream of basal ganglia (head of caudate nuclei and accumbens nuclei bilaterally) and of the pulvinar nuclei in the thalamus; The integrated analysis of EEG and morpho-structural markers could be useful in the comprehension of anatomo-physiological underpinning of the MCI entity.
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