„What Leibniz has to do with binary (sex/gender) categories in neuroscience.
Mathematical logic in the methods of computational neurosciences“ (14:00, online), Vorlesungsreihe "Gender and Neuroscience"
Women talk a lot, men don't. Women don't have good spatial reasoning, men do. Women are emotional, men are rational. There are two clearly distinguishable genders and clear differences between them that can be proven scientifically, e.g. with the help of neuroscientific studies of the brain - right? Whether this gender binary and differences between the sexes, often perceived as natural, are really so unambiguous, what research on biological gender differences can and cannot say, and what other perspectives there are on gender within the natural sciences - these and similar questions are addressed in the lecture series.
On december 1rst Dr. Hannah Fitsch (TU Berlin) will speak about „What Leibniz has to do with binary (sex/gender) categories in neuroscience. Mathematical logic in the methods of computational neurosciences“:
There has been a desire to formalize the complex structure of the brain and its neuronal processes for some centuries. This talk traces the history of the new approaches by using the concept of the mathematization of perception to show how methods and models from computer science and mathematics have found their way into brain research.
If you would like to participate please send an email to sarah.czerney(at)lin-magdeburg.de