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Prague, Czech Republic

European Integration

Evropská integrace

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This integrative action in virtue of which the nervous system unifies from separate organs an animal possessing solidarity, an individual, is the problem before us.
Sir Charles Scott Sherringto in:The Integrative Action of the Nervous System, CUP Archive, 1947, p. 2.
Science itself is badly in need of integration and unification. The tendency is more and more the other way … Only the graduate student, poor beast of burden that he is, can be expected to know a little of each. As the number of physicists increases, each specialty becomes more self-sustaining and self-contained. Such Balkanization carries physics, and indeed, every science further away, from natural philosophy, which, intellectually, is the meaning and goal of science.
Isidor Isaac Rabi in:New Scientist Vol. 21, No. 374, 16 Jan 1964, Reed Business Information.
The emergence of a unified cognitive moment relies on the coordination of scattered mosaics of functionally specialized brain regions. Here we review the mechanisms of large-scale integration that counterbalance the distributed anatomical and functional organization of brain activity to enable the emergence of coherent behaviour and cognition.
Francisco Varela in Daniel J. Siegel The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape who We are, Guilford Press, 2012, p. 360.

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