humanistic touch which involves all the senses in the creation
process both in science and art has been one of the main objectives
of editing the Neuroendocrinology Letters. As Yehudi Menuhin
said in his lecture at the Royal Institution, ì... the creative
act is the common bond between science and art.î
creation process is an indivisible phenomenon as are the somatic
and psychological dimensions. Science and art are indivisible
in the integrative approach to human life. Integration means
also unification and harmony, and this latter, harmony, should
be stressed specifically because this guides the way towards
respect, tolerance and generosity.
year, beginning with the Volume 20, we refined the Neuroendocrinology
Letters with an artistic touch connected to the scientific content.
This is the way we convey the humanistic approach to our readers
and this is the way we understand the comprehensive nature of
every creative and scientific act.
We encourage all our readers to contribute to the artistic part
of this Journal by submitting proposals, pieces of art to be
considered for publishing (paintings, drawings, photographs,
etc.), as well as poems, essays, belles-lettres, etc. We invite
all of you to join us in finding the answers to the mysterium
of the ìFeu sacrÈ.î
Art & Advertising Director