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    • L’action est subordonnée à l’état affectif.
    • le sujet (corps/esprit) est son propre motif.
  • 10. Sentio ergo sum Scio ergo sum
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  • 12. Tous les comportements humains et animaux sont organisés autour de deux états affectifs fondamentaux : plaisir et aversion. Les émotions peuvent être définis comme des sentiments fondamentaux qui assistent le pouvoir de l’action en maximisant le plaisir et en minimisant l’aversion.
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  • 14. Contraste affectif
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  • 16. Amphioxus larvæ Zebrafish embryo Cnidarians Echinoderms Hemichordates Urochordates Cephalochordates (Amphioxus) ‏ Agnathans Teleosts Tetrapodes (Ciona) ‏ (Lampreys) ‏ (medaka, danio) ‏ (Xenopus, chicken, mouse) ‏ Chordates Deuterostomes Protostomes Craniates (Vertebrates) ‏ Diblastics Triblastics/Bilateria Arthropodes
  • 17. Dopamine : a contingent modulator of brain functions Olfaction Vision (retina) ‏ Motivation Emotions Sensori-motor programs Hormone synthesis and release (hypophysis) ‏ Chemosensitivity T° control, feeding, parental care
  • 18. Emotions are an output of brain and behavior evolution “ The expression of the emotion in man and the animals” Darwin, 1872
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  • 20. The need for others Reciprocal penetration of two minds The sense of others Compassion (empathy? ; Einfühlung) ‏ Or
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  • 24. 1. Representation cannot be separated from action ≈ REPRESENTACTION 2. Thought ≈ Representaction 3. Language ≈ Representaction
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  • 26. - Discovery of “mirror” neurones in the pre-motor cortex of the macaque monkey… - discovery of mirror systems in humans … have raised the prospect of a motor theory of social cognition whose goal is to dervie human social cognition from human motor cognition.
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  • 28. Simulation theory (ST) depicts mind-reading as incorporating an attempt to replicate, mimic or impersonate the mental life of the target agent
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  • 30. The functions of language
    • Expressive
    • Injunctive
    • Functions (a) and (b) are common to animals and humans
    c) Descriptive d) Argumentative e) Empathic Functions ( c) (d) and (e) are specifically human
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