La simpatía y la relación con el otro: Aportes de la neurociencia social
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This reflection article is the product of theoretical review, which explored the relationship between the concept of Hume’s sympathy and findings by social neuroscience that allow to establish relationships of sense, that account of not only the wise decisions from the Philosopher, but also the Neuropsychological background that support them. The reading of sympathy, in terms of the cognitive sciences, will be explored in this document. The issue of the relationship with the other and the other has been a concern in the philosophy throughout its history. David Hume and his theory of moral feelings has widened the understanding of the phenomenon of sympathy. The birth of contemporary cognitive sciences makes the integration of scientific and philosophical knowledge possible, allowing the joint review of innate biological elements, such as learned psychosocial elements. Thus, introducing a path of meaning to understand a joint dimension of sympathy, the relationship between reason and emotion, the imagination.