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Theoretical issues and Practice: a humanistic approach According to Piaget a newborn has no self-awareness, its world is defined as a flow of non-symbolized and non-differentiated experiences of the ‘here and now’. It perceives no space or time, it does not feel to be a distinguished creature from her significant ones, it does not know the sense of “I” or “me”. So, during the first months it starts slowly and after many repetitions to know better the environment and to recognize the first symbols, the first recordings.   

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