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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.47.2020.tde-18012021-204304
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Author
Full name
Fernanda Pinguelli Totino de Almeida
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Ferreira, Francisco Rômulo Monte (President)
Muniz, Marcelo
Queiroz, Francisco Assis de
Title in Portuguese
O determinismo biológico na hipótese do marcador somático proposto por António Damásio
Keywords in Portuguese
Determinismo biológico
Livre-arbítrio
Marcadores somáticos
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa objetiva examinar como o trabalho do neurologista português António Damásio sobre a hipótese do marcador somático pode ser compreendido no contexto da discussão acerca do determinismo biológico. O debate sobre a relação entre o determinismo biológico em oposição ao determinismo social configura um debate secular. Nas últimas duas décadas, algumas propostas têm apontado que os avanços nas pesquisas em Neurociência podem retomar esse debate acerca, principalmente, do comportamento humano. Examinaremos nessa pesquisa essa problemática na obra de Damásio e como direcionador para o conceito de livre-arbítrio
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Biological determinism
Free will
Somatic markers
Abstract in English
This research aims to examine how the work of the Portuguese neurologist António Damásio on the somatic marker hypothesis can be understood in the context of the discussion about biological determinism. The debate over the relationship between biological determinism as opposed to social determinism is a secular debate. In the last two decades, some proposals have pointed out that advances in research in Neuroscience can resume this debate about human behavior. In this research we will examine this problem in the work of Damásio and as a driver for the concept of free will
 
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Publishing Date
2021-01-20
 
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