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L'intelligence des dauphins

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  • 1.
    • Dolphins :
    • intelligence and specifities.
    • Can we consider it as our equal?
  • 2. Vocabulary I Presentation History II Aptitudes : III Intelligence IV Experiments V Ethical VI Sources
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    To squeal = couiner Whistle = sifflement Blowhole = évent (trou d’air) Buzz = bourdonnement Drift net = filet dérivant Gray matter = matière grise Bargaining chip = monnaie d’échange Rostrum = rostre To pass down = transmetre Drowning = noyade Theme park = parc d’attraction Informal language = langage courant Folding = pliure Encephaleon = encéphale.
  • 3. What exactly is a Dolphin?
    • Any of various marine cetacean mammals.
    • About 50 species.
    • Average swimming speed: 40 km/h.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 4. Cetaceans = 60 000 000 years
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    Homo Sapiens = 160 000 years
  • 5.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 6.
    • IN THE WILD:
    • Found in virtually all the seas and oceans in the world.
    • Feed on live food and are predators.
    • Can be attacked by sharks.
    Lifestyle, more descriptions
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 7.
    • IN CAPTIVITY:
    • Adapt well to human companionship.
    • Readily trained,
    • can perform many tricks.
    Lifestyle, more descriptions
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 8. The aptitudes
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 9. Vision : 360°. Not binocular. Very good in the dark. Can see in and out of the water.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 10. Smell and touch . No sense of smell. But he can « taste » water. Very sensitive skin. Constantly sending signals to know their positions.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 11. Communication / Audition
    • Capable of three kinds of sounds:
    • Clicks
    • Squeal
    • Signature whistles.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 12. What are the threaths on the cetaceans nowadays?
    • Captures to supply the pools
    • Big sharks
    • - Famine
    •  
    • - Drift nets
    • Chemical products
    • Japan (killer of thousand of cetaceans)
    • - Military trainings.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 13.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 14. Definition
        • There are different kind of intelligence: anatomist, cognitive and naturalist.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 15. Statistics
    • Brain weight (in grams):
      • Tursiops: 1700.
      • Human: 1500 .
      • Chimpanzee: 340.
      • Cat 31.
      • Mouse: 0,4.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 16. Statistics
    • ratio of the encephaleon:
      • 5.0 for the dolphin ( about the double of any monkey). 
    • index of folding of the cervical cortex:
      • 2.86 for the man
      • 4.47 for the dolphin
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 17. Statistics
    • Weight of the brain – weight of the bod y :
      • man: 2 %.
      • dolphin: 1,2 %.
      • chimpanzee: 0,7 %.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 18. Statistics: Conclusion
    • Usually, the scientific community consider that Dolphin has the intelligence of a 5yo humain wich is actually the best non-human know intelligence.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 19. Language
    • An important breakthrough occured In 2008: researchers in Great Britain and the United States created the CymaScope
    • It is making "CymaGlyphs," as they have been named: those are reproducible patterns that are expected to form the basis of a lexicon of dolphin language, each pattern representing a dolphin ‘picture word.’
    • .
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 20. Cymaglyphs
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 21. The doctor Lilly made a lot of experiences with dolphins. He made this proposal: Human baby is: age brain weight imitating sounds 5/6 months 650 g first articulate word 9 months 770 g more complex vocabulary 12/13 months 990 g naming objects and images 18 months 1030 g combining words 21 months 1060 g doing correct sentences 2 years Finally he says that there is a link betwin the quantity of gray matter and the ability to have a complex and organized language.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    Brain and language
  • 22. Self-awareness
    • The miror test:
    • Dolphin is one of the few animals able to recognise himself in front of a mirror (with american big monkey) !
    • The video test :
    • Ric O’Barry the trainer of the dolphins in Flipper they were able to reckognise them when he was showing them on tv once a week.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 23. Able to plan his future
    • In “Thoses Beautiful Intelligences : Big Monkeys and Dolphins.”, Maddalena Bearzi explained dolphins have complex behaviours. For exemple one of them ; Kelly, was able to make savings and investisments.
    • She (it) collected the object the tourists were losing to use them as a bargaining chip one by one to have more food. Then she manage to capture a gull with the fish and she had to eat then get a good reward for that. And finally she learned this to her children.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 24. Culture
    • In their natural habitat they can cooperate efficiently to hunt their differents.
    • They can even cooperate with humans to drive the school of fish into the fishnet.
    • Some use sponges to protect their rostrum while hunting into dangerous places.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 25. Ability to solve complex problems.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 26. Ability to solve complex problems.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 27. Ability to solve complex problems.
    • Some scientists were able to learn a new langage based on the symbols to the dolphins.
    • We also know dolphins have different « cultures » ; behaviours and knowledges earned by the experience and passed down to their groups or families.
    • For exemple a dolphin who learned the trick “to walk on the tail” was released in the nature, then he learned the trick to the individuals of his group.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 28. Individual identity
    • Individual identity
    • Discovered by Randy Wells from the Mote Marine Laboratory, the signature whistle is related to our humans name and first name.
    • It has 3 parts: the first half correspond to the name of the mother (“family name”), then one quarter for the group of belonging (“nationality”), and the last quarter is specific of the individual (“first name”).
    • This signature whistle can be sent out between 20 and 30 times per second. It informs the other dolphins about his emotional state.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 29. Sense of empathy
    • There are a lot of stories of dolphins saving humans. For example those two true stories:
      • A dolphin saved a baby from the drowning after a ballad of 30 km in Bangladesh
      • A group of 7 dolphin saved 4 swimmers from a white shark in New Zeland by forming a “dolphin wall” during 40 minutes (sharks fear dolphins).
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 30. Does dolphin intelligence and abilities make of them « non human person »?
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 31. By the way, What is a « person » ? There are different definitions.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 32. Informal language " A person of the human mankind who differ from the simple biological individual and have the right to consideration because is gifted with moral consciousness. »
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 33. philosophical
    • There are different definitions:
    • A being conscious of his existence, owning a psychical control and able to distinguish the good from the evil.
    • A person is defined by his rights and his duties.
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 34. Juridique
    • « A being of reason and subject of rights. »
    • It refers to the DDHC of 1789:
      • right to live
      • right to freedom.
    • What is the juridical statute of the animals in general and of the dolphins in particular.
    • According to the french law, any animal is a «  subject of rights  ».
    • =
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 35. Conclusion : Some people wants dolphins to be reckognised as «  non-human persons   » wich means they’re not anymore object of rights but subject of rights .
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 36. The reasons why those people think we should grant dolphins rights to the person are because they have:
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • Dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-
    • awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
  • 37.
    • A complex language (cymaglyphs).
    • A self-awareness (mirror and video tests).
    • A self-awarenesse in the future (Kelly).
    • A culture inheritable to family (hunting).
    • An ability to solve complex abstracts problems (theme parks).
    • A family name, a first name and a « nationality » (whistle signature).
    • A sense of empathy .
    • I Introduction
    • What is a
    • dolphin?
    • 2) Aptitudes
    • 3) Threats
    • II Intelligence
    • 1) Definition
    • 2) Statistics
    • III Abilities
    • Language
    • Self-awareness 
    • Able to plan
    • his future
    • Culture
    • Solving problems
    • Individual
    • identity
    • Sense of
    • empathy
    • IV Is it a person?
    • Definition
    • Conclusion
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  • 43. The End

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