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Sick, dangerous brains?

At the third Telepolis conversation, it is all about the focus of psychic dismeasures as well as criminal behavior. According to the latest estimates. 40% of all Europeans within a year at at least one psychological disruption. As before, many medications are prescribed.

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According to the widespread biological model, these traces are based on a functional location of the brain or adverse gene variants. However, research is by no means undisputable and it remains the question of whether the biological level is the best for the treatment of mentally instructed people.

For crime behavior, a similar discussion is carried. Some brain researchers and psychologists represent a new biological view of the dangerous people. In recent years, many gene and brain variants have been found, which should be associated with an increased risk of criminal behavior. However, the effects of this are small and there is no strict deterministic crime gene or brain area.

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Such findings were already recognized in court judgments as a criminal reason. Also beyond the rough question for the freedom of will, this research raises the problem on how to deal with an increased biological risk for crime behavior.

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Prof. Dr. Norbert Nedopil, Head of the Forensic Psychiatry Department of the Munchner University Clinic, and Prof. Dr. Stephan mucus From the chair for neurophilosophy of the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munchen, we inform about newer research results "suffer" or "dangerous" Brains and their significance for society. Following the presentation, under the moderation of Florian Rotzer, editor-in-chief of Telepolis, a discussion takes place, which is, of course, the SHORER can participate.

Norbert Nedopil: Neurobiology and Forensic Psychiatry – What brought a medicalization of criminal law

A principal question is whether a neurobiological basis for a state regulatory system in criminal law was able to make an improvement possible. Such a medicalization of criminal law had already dramatic consequences in the past.

In Germany, it is recently attributable to the security of the general public with a therapy accommodation law by providing criminal offenses with diagnoses that should be credited to their dareness. The result of the historical and current developments is that the legal protection, which also uses offenses, is deprived of medicalization. In fact, there are already a number of criminal measures almost exclusively on forecasts deposited. In these areas of accommodation, there have been dramatic increases in the occupants in the last 15 years, although the number of offenses, namely tot- and sexual articles, who have always dragged such sanctions, have decreased significantly

Stephan Schleim: You are your brain! About the political consequences of the brain identity

All our experiences affect our brain. That’s why it’s so tempting to look for trouble in the brain, and especially in the field of mental disorder. Thus, however, the risk of losing alternative solutions from the field of view. Precisely because the brain plays such an important role, we can not neglect the life and environment as well as the interpersonal experience of experience of humans. Our solution channels are not given by brain research, but depends on our perspective on the people. Only to look at the genes or the brain, as is often happening in research today, therefore leads to a loss of humanity, which we have to avoid at all costs.

Norbert Nedopil Since 1992, the Department of Forensic Psychiatry at the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Munchen. His scientific priorities are the quality arance and quality improvement of psychiatric assessments, the differentiation and conditioning factors of human aggression, jerking forecast in mentally ill legal breakers as well as ethical and legal ies in psychiatry.

Stephan mucus Is professor for neurophilosophy at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munchen. He has researched for his doctoral thesis in the field of social neuroscience and examined human moral behavior. At the same time, however, he also served with the philosophical foundations of brain research and the communication of their results into the public. Stephan Schleim is also since 2005 link to / TP / Author / Stephan Sleeve / Default.HTML and in the telepolis book series has the two beer link to / tp / book / book_31.HTML (2008) and Link to / TP / Book / Book_47.HTML (2011) published.

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