Jul 30, 2017

Each person learns to be aware of himself by other people being aware of him

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Click on photo to start video.

“He learns to manage his image in the minds of others, and finds himself reflected, as in a mirror, through the interface of language and non-verbal communication […] The self is not unitary and separate from others; peopling occurs in the context of mutual-mental-modeling relationships, which continue to affect each person when he is alone…” sarah perry.

Read more

Comments are closed.