EN BUSCA DE SPINOZA ANTONIO DAMASIO PDF

Preceden a los sentimientos y se dieron antes en nuestro proceso evolutivo. Su objetivo es regular el proceso vital y promover la supervivencia y el bienestar homeostasis. Las emociones provocan pensamientos y los pensamientos provocan emociones. Determinados pensamientos evocan determinadas emociones, y viceversa. Tras los sentimientos vienen los deseos.

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Quoted from the review, by philosopher of mind, Colin McGinn: "I have two things to say about this theory: it is unoriginal, and it is false.

He generally writes as if he were advancing a startling discovery, mere hints of which, with the benefit of hindsight, can be extracted from Spinoza and James.

In fact, the theory is a standard chestnut of psychology textbooks, a staple of old-style behaviorist psychology, with its emphasis on outer behavior at the expense of inner feeling.

The errors of the theory are chiefly those of exaggeration. While it is a truism that whistling a happy tune can improve your mood so that external actions can initiate a change of emotional state, it by no means follows that feelings play no causal role in the production of behavior. We do often cry because we are sad -- even though the crying can work to augment the feeling. There is causal interplay between feelings and their bodily expression, rather than a one-way dependence.

The fact, cited by Damasio, that a bodily fear response can precede a conscious feeling of fear does not show that once the feeling is present it has no causal control over behavior -- and it clearly does, as with fleeing and hiding. What about the idea that an emotion is a bodily perception? Suppose I am delighted that my son has become a doctor. I may have various sensations in my body that express this emotion -- say, lightness in my limbs and a warm feeling in my viscera.

My bodily sensations are directed to my body and my emotion is directed to my son. Therefore my emotion cannot be identical to my bodily sensations -- for the two have different objects. This refutes the James-Lange theory. As Wittgenstein remarks in his classic discussion of this theory, the horribleness of my grief when someone I love dies cannot be explained as the horribleness of the sensations I feel in my body.

It results, rather, from the horribleness of what my grief is about; my bodily sensations may not be particularly horrible in themselves.

The James-Lange theory fails because it ignores what philosophers call the intentionality of emotion -- that is, what emotions are about, their representational content, which are generally things outside the body. The theory tries to reduce an emotion to its sensory bodily symptoms, but these symptoms have the wrong kind of intentionality: the state of the body, not the state of the external world.

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Eran privados e inaccesibles. Debate, Madrid, Efectivamente, el nuevo conocimiento se refiere incluso a la manera en que los seres humanos tratan tensiones no resueltas entre las interpretaciones sagradas y seculares de su propia existencia. Se presentan los sentimientos 15 La Haya Uno de diciembre de El viento es malo. Aunque la calle de las Embajadas de La Haya parece a punto de despegar, declino la oferta.

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Quoted from the review, by philosopher of mind, Colin McGinn: "I have two things to say about this theory: it is unoriginal, and it is false. He generally writes as if he were advancing a startling discovery, mere hints of which, with the benefit of hindsight, can be extracted from Spinoza and James. In fact, the theory is a standard chestnut of psychology textbooks, a staple of old-style behaviorist psychology, with its emphasis on outer behavior at the expense of inner feeling. The errors of the theory are chiefly those of exaggeration. While it is a truism that whistling a happy tune can improve your mood so that external actions can initiate a change of emotional state, it by no means follows that feelings play no causal role in the production of behavior.

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En busca de Spinoza

Ignoramos su naturaleza. XVII; sus argumentos, opina, no han perdido vigencia. Ambas entidades terminan en la mente, pero son movimientos distintos de nuestro organismo. Este perseverar en el ser, por tanto, es la misma esencia de cada ente. Por lo tanto, el ser del hombre, y de todo existente natural, es la supervivencia, el mantenimiento en la vida.

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