Cordial Recognition: The Communicative and Affective Link in Human Relationships

  • Patrici Calvo
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Part of the Ethical Economy book series (SEEP, volume 55)

Abstract

Evolutionary and Neuronal Game Theory depicts an emotional and moral anchorage for human cooperation. The ligatio that ob-liges the parties requires critical reflection that validates both the stimuli that engenders and promotes it and their sense of being. This appropriate normative frame can be developed from reciprocity itself; that is, through mutually recognising the value of the bound or bindable parties for their affective competence, for their ability to feel emotion for themselves and others and for their communication capacity for dialogue and for reaching agreements with others on different matters concerning the world. The aim of this chapter is to look in-depth at the ethical and affective basis reciprocity through reciprocal recognition theory, particularly in the works by Jürgen Habermas , Axel Honneth and Adela Cortina .

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  • Patrici Calvo
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  1. 1.Universitat Jaume ICastellón de la PlanaSpain

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