Number 5 (Volume 2 Issue I) February 2016

//Number 5 (Volume 2 Issue I) February 2016

The International Journal of Psychosocial Genomics Consciousness & Health Research

Vol. 2, Issue I, February 2016


This editorial starts from the consideration that in many cases the different levels of our functioning have been distant or totally separated one from the other. This happens because the have been often the result of methodological and/or epistemological limits which have led the disciplines and/or the different approaches in those ones to develop languages and practices based on a monologic approach. Basically this way of proceeding in knowledge offered a great specialization in the different fields of knowledge but sometimes it overlooked the complexity of difficult subject of research such as human functioning.

An evidence of this is certainly the omission of the body actualized by a certain part of psychology as well as the symmetrical amnesia realized by medical science regarding the existence of Mind.[…] Mauro Cozzolino