28 Nov Antonio Damasio, prestigioso médico neurólogo, analiza en “El error de Descartes” la importancia de las emociones en la neurociencia y sus. A este propósito, hay que señalar que el Error de Descartes, publicado por Hanna Damasio, Saver entre otros, que hicieron posible que Antonio R. Damasio. Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain is a book by neurologist António Damásio, in part a treatment of the mind/body dualism question.
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Jul 18, Oksana Hagen rated it it was amazing. Feb 21, Nicholas rated it really liked it Shelves: I really like Damasio’s writing style, though the asides can be a little rough, and feel a bit disjointed. I’m a little puzzled as to why he looks forward to a time when ‘we’ will understand such a thing as aesthetic response.
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Essentially, he explains that suffering has an emotional component. Jan 27, Dwight Cates rated it really liked it. Damasio’s book is terrific, and works both as an introduction and a good guide for those studying neuroscience and cognitive science. As one goes deeper into the argument he evincesand he clearly explains he is advancing an argument for understanding the mind, and what he writes is not holy writone gets caught up in the nuances and conflicts which have entered the world of neuroscience in the 20 years since “Descates’ Error’ was published.
I would suggest skipping whatever seems boring or overly technical without guilt, and focusing on the amazing case studies and anecdotes. The scientific case erroo are easily accessible and thorough it features, by far, the most thorough assessment of the Phineas Gage case that I’ve come across as are the discussions of circuitry.
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Reset share links Resets both viewing and editing links coeditors shown below damawio not affected. The book started off as easily accessible in terms of wording and concepts, but then got too academic and abstract near the end. In fact, though, my approach is not only consistent with Damasio, it relies squarely on the work of Damasio and others for its evidence. Refresh and try again. Reintegrates the mind, body, emotions and reason through more than descarfes philosophical musings.
I’m not a psychologist or have professional training in it whatsoever, I just read for the pleasure of knowing how my mind works. Some of his hypotheses i.
Where others fail by skirting the issues of how neural structures and organization can lead to self consciousness and the link between mind and body, Demasio succeeds. Damasio explains how body and brain constantly construct the image of our “self”, changes in body states we perceive feelingsand how reason and emotion use the same equipment.
I find this idea fascinating! Damasio takes on Descartes: I would say, it is a must read for anyone, who wants to understand emotions. He pointed to the book Return to Laughter as an example. See all 3 questions about Descartes’ Error…. My teacher had said that we are born with only a few innate behaviors and everything else is learned.
The rest of the book took a consi After having read “The Feeling of What Happens” I thought I’d give this earlier work by the same author a read,as I have recently come across numerous references to it that elevate it to somewhat of a classic in its field.
The body proper is not passive. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Oct 21, Jon Stout rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I find this to be the case with a lot of European intellectuals. Pain can be simply the physical responses, i. As a clinician, he and his collaborators study and treat the disorders of behavior and cognition, and movement disorders.
My favorite part is Damasio’s discussion of how one’s emotional life plays an important part in rational thinking, by recalling bodily feelings which give a coloration to this line of reasoning or that. An entire generation has passed and all too much of what he contemplates not only remains unresolved, but has been aggravated. A brain in a vat is no brain at all. He might have made some mistakes, and maybe some of the findings are disproved by newer findings, but the core views of the book are revolutionary.
Damasio makes an excellent case on neurological grounds that rationality simply doesn’t work without emotion.
Constrain to simple back and forward steps. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I actually don’t really understand this, but you get atonio jist. I think he’s trying to kill me. As well as Gage, Damasio offers many more intriguing stories of brain damage and other ailments that affect the way that we operate in our social environments and in doing so he makes a very strong case for the reintegration into science of emotion.
This symbiosis theme continues as we are taught to remember that the brain is part of the body, and the body is part of the brain.
These are the emotions, as Damasio describes them neurologically. Who would have thought to test whether spinal cord vescartes patients feel emotions to a lesser Dense psychology terminology, hides a beautiful argument that probably deserves more beautiful antonjo.
His work there on behavioral neurology was done under the supervision of Norman Geschwind. Nov 02, Jeremy Lent rated it it was amazing. I think that, overall, this is one of the best books on the subject that I have come across. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Our primary sense is not antono. Quindi ecco la risposta a chi continua a chiedermi: