iStock_000077718359_LargeCan the second-person perspective play any heuristic role in neuroscience?

The second-person perspective is the one a person has of another person. Through it we can understand others in a direct and intuitive way. This perspective involves the capacity to represent to myself what someone else thinks and feels. Can this be studied by neuroscience? Which is the role of mirror neurons? Is there something like an emotive knowledge or a knowing emotion? Is there a specific logic of interpersonal knowledge, different from the knowledge of objects? How can this perspective be reconciled with neuroscience?