The following links form a bibliography and sitography for matters linking sciences and topics of priority in my personal acts of recognition. They might lead you to other websites and online platforms. Some of them are hosted by myself for practical purpose and in order to not lose the hyperlink, but they can all be easily found online on official academic platforms. For any concern, please, refer to the legal page.


BARRON Andrew [1] & HARE Brian [2] : ‘Prosociality and a sociosexual hypothesis for the evolution of same-sex attraction in humans’, [1] Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia [2] Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, Center for Cognitive Science, Duke University, Durham, United States

COLL. : ‘Neanderthals and Homo sapiens had similar auditory and speech capacities’, Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2021 [Non-subscribers can read an intro by CHARLES Krista : ‘Neanderthal ears were tuned to hear speech just like modern humans’, New Scientist, 2021]

KOUMOUNDOUROS Tessa : ‘The first country in the world has given legal rights to individual wild animals’, Science Alert, 2022

SHILTON [1], BRESKI [1], DOR [2], JABLONKA [1] [3] : ‘Human social evolution: self-domestication or self-control’, [1] The Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel [2] The Department of Communication, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel [3] Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom

WHITEN Andrew : ‘The burgeoning reach of animal culture’, Science Mag, 2021


HUNT Tam : ‘Could consciousness all come down to the way things vibrate?’


COLL. : ‘Altered states of consciousness during an extreme ritual’, Northern Illinois University, 2016

COLL. : ‘Surveying Freedom: Folk Intuitions About Free Will’, Philosophical Psychology, Vol. 18, No 5, 2008

EUBA Rafa : ‘Humans aren’t designed to be happy, so stop trying’, The Conversation, 2019

EUBA Rafa : ‘You are not meant to be happy’, Psychology Today, 2021

KRISCH Joshua : ‘The science of BDSM: why your brain loves pain’, Vocativ, 2016 (with links to studies)

LEWIS Marc : ‘The Science of Craving’, Psychology Today, 2012

LINDEN David : ‘The neurobiology of BDSM sexual practice’, Psychology Today, 2015