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In this article we deal with a situation commonly met with in contemporary society: the representatives of pseudo-sciences invite their readers to learn "to decode the non-verbal language". They pretend that in this way our body is supposed to be "readable" and it would be enough to know these "theories" in order to read into our interlocutors and to find out their thoughts and emotions. It is obvious that we find ourselves in front of a discourse imitating the rhetorical codes of science, butdoaj:329c98cc0b204c5f966fcc9afb4ab86c fatcat:3ui5y4g3nvemnec3rwisvhav4i