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Proactive epigenesis and ethical innovation: A neuronal hypothesis for the genesis of ethical rules.

Abstract : The social and cultural environment influences the development of the human brain and its synaptic connectivity from birth into adulthood. This knowledge could inspire and inform educational programs to constructively interact with the neuronal architecture of the brain.
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Kathinka Evers, Jean-Pierre Changeux. Proactive epigenesis and ethical innovation: A neuronal hypothesis for the genesis of ethical rules. . EMBO Reports, 2016, 17 (10), pp.1361 - 1364. ⟨10.15252/embr.201642783⟩. ⟨pasteur-01406900⟩

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