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2014 | 69 | 7 | 591 – 603
Article title

SOCIÁLNÍ ROZUMĚNÍ U LIDÍ A OSTATNÍCH HOMINIDŮ

Authors
Title variants
EN
Social cognition in humans and other great apes
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
The paper’s focus is on the social cognition in humans and other great apes. Both the traditional debate on the theory of mind in chimpanzees, and the current influential account of shared intentionality as the locus of anthropological difference are based on questionable representationalist and intellectualist views of the mind. The proponents of the so-called interactive turn in social cognition research reject these views and propose an alternative interactionist and inactivist account of human social understanding. The author will argue that the interactive turn is to be extended and applied to other animal species as well, especially to non-human great apes.
Year
Volume
69
Issue
7
Pages
591 – 603
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Contributors
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  • Filosofický ústav Akademie věd ČR, Praha, Czech Republic
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Publication order reference
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