Daniel Dennett should read about physics before talking about physical things.
Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain, is such a good read, I read it twice. David Eagleman is what I consider one of the few neuroscientist who has the […]
Being a fanatic reader on neuroscience, psychology and the Theory of Mind, this book was recommended by another book I liked. I thought it worthwhile expanding my knowledge in the […]
Once in a while a science book shakes the foundation of what is possible and brings into view a plethora of possibilities for the future. Usually unexpected, unpredictable, unconventional, the […]
This is one of those books that allured me into Neuroscience. It’s very rare you get a great scientist, doctor, and engaging writer all in one. The book is informative, […]
To have an accurate measure of the knowledge of science, or to be more precise the relative knowledge in relation to the truth of reality, I sometimes like to take […]
Do you sometimes feel you contradict yourself? Are there others in your brain competing or collaborating to create the illusion of a singular self? It seems quite clear that the […]