Vittorio Gallese The ‘ Shared Manifold ’ Hypothesis From Mirror Neurons To Empathy

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  title={Vittorio Gallese The ‘ Shared Manifold ’ Hypothesis From Mirror Neurons To Empathy},
  author={Vittorio Gallese},
  year={2001}
}
We are social animals. We share this feature with many other species. A complexity and sophistication that we do not observe among ants, bees or wolves, however, characteristically define the social life of primates. This complexity and sophistication is epitomized at its highest level by the social rules our conduct in everyday life is supposed to comply with. Living in a complex society requires individuals to develop cognitive skills enabling them to cope with other individuals’ actions, by… CONTINUE READING
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