Cortona Week 2019
The 2019 edition Cortona Week took place between the 22nd and 29th of June in the town of Todi in Umbria, Italy. The Week’s theme was Being Human in a Technological World.
An audio-visual glimpse of the talks, discussions and performances can be viewed below.
What will make us human?
Brother David Steindl-Rast
The Recovery of Wisdom: in this Age of Virtual Reality and Faking, what can I teach my Students?
Beyond Mindfulness: A Social Neuroscience Perspective on How to Cultivate Mind and Heart
Spirituality and Mathematics
Scientific Research is “Almost Unusable” without Ethics
with Franco Giovannelli
The fundamental differences between human and artificial intelligence
Neurodevelopment Disorders: from Genetics to Epigenetics/strong>
Living Systems, Seeing Systems, Being Systems : Learning to be the Systems We Wish to See in the World
with Alexander Laszlo
Climate Changes as Opportunity for the Evolution of Gaia and the Human Culture
Mindful Awareness and Compassion: Educational Necessities in the 21st Century
Music’s Role in Education and Human Development
Luis De la Calle
Social Robots: an Opportunity?
Ethics at the Edges of Life: Deliberation and Responsibility at the Frontiers of Human Biology
There’s an App for That, or is There? Scientific Investigations of Intensive Meditation
Phenemonology East and West – a dialogue
with Mauro Bergonzi and Roberto Ferrari