We think we would like to be taken for what we are, while, as a matter of fact, we would like to be taken for what we think we are.

Sure, I understand, it seems quite to the point, but are you able to prove me wrong? And anyway it came out spontaneously, while reading an article on The Lancet:  “What do our brains really want?” Three leading experts in neuroscience, computational neuroscience and neuropsychiatry partecipated in a panel and gave answers to questions by […]

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Happy go lucky!

In my native language there exists a precise term to translate this figure of speech (spensierato). Being a translator myself, I appreciate the fact. Nonetheless, inside of me I prefer to think that this actually means: all good things come to the one who is happy, because for some people it might actually be so […]

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