August 26, 2013
- Jean-Pierre Changeux
- Yale University Press (2012)
In this fascinating and bold discussion, a renowned neurobiologist serves as guide to the most complex physical object in the living world: the human brain. Taking into account the newest brain research—morphological, physiological, chemical, genetic—and placing these findings in the context of psychology, philosophy, art, and literature, Changeux ventures into the unexplored territories where these diverse disciplines intersect.
Changeux’s book draws on Plato’s notion that the Good, the True,… read more