Thursday, November 26, 2009

About encephalon last part

Lastly we can remark that the abilities expressed in this general description of the encephalon allow some technical actions common to the vertebrate animals and their transmission from a generation to the other. Generally the learning of these techniques is done by a succession of some actions having led to a feeling of well-being and so well memorized; but the abilities to analyze its sensorial primitive analysis, to analyze its ability to analyze its primitive analysis, to deduce and induce a methodic analysis, and the one to have some inventive constructions and not imitative ones being able to be some methods of analysis requiring some technical inventions, are not considered because they are not some common animal abilities.

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