Neurohumanism is a discipline that studies the human, individual and collective, action, based on the person’s correct neuronal functioning.

It is presented by a system of independent, social disciplines combined by an identity of foundation and some basic elements.

It is based on human neuronal functioning and the basic elements are those inherent to human affectivity.

Neurohumanism is a new scientific discipline the characteristic of which lies in being positive and normative at the same time, which is limited to correct neuronal functioning.

Thus for example, if "the mission of neuroscience is to explain behaviour in relation to the brain’s activities " (Eric Kandel) with regard to both people and animals, neurohumanism explains and recommends human action in respect of optimal neuronal functioning.

Neurohumanism is a science and an art, and its opinions are simultaneously based on facts and values.  It establishes standard laws associated with regulatory rules; it is able to describe a theory and prescribe a practice. In short, it is a thought and an action.