Montag, 2. Februar 2015
Dorothée Legrand & Marco Iacobono.
Because there intentional action is the only objective means to make a link to the outside world. For ourself's the representation we make about others is an object, but when we start to interact this interaction becomes a subject. To understand the world is the context where this has place. So can imitation be a typical way to rise collectively. Since there is postulated that there are three levels for distinction we can understand this phenomenon more accurately. These are: the level non-interactionism, the level interactional observation, and online interaction with others. Dependent on how the world is organized and subjectified our best way becomes dependent.
The pragmatic stance holds in that people only evaluate other's actions and plans, we are not so occupied with the mental states of others. There is stressed that the motor-program is very important into this. The most important question is to anticipate what people will do next. So it is also so, that social and cultural actions become part of this motor program and shared conception of the world. The importance of the linguistic use of this collectivist process is decreased.
The importance of the objects in the world is stated as the object. Everything which makes a relation with this is a subject, even if our representation can be an object in a non-interactional way. This is mediated by the consciousness that others have other beliefs than ourself's. Which is explained in false-belief tasks for children of four years old.
Canonical neurons are active at observation of actions and acting. This means that the primal difference with mirror neurons is that with mirror neurons the goal has to be reached. There are systems of feedback which is active when we learn new motor-things. Our system is very much at default geared with this. But this is a very big and complex network.