The brain abstracted: simplification in the history and philosophy of neuroscience

Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press (2024)
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An opinionated history of neuroscience, which argues that--due to the brain's complexity--neuroscientific theories have only captured partial truths, and therefore "neurophilosophy" is unlikely to be achieved.

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Mazviita Chirimuuta
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