Monday, June 09, 2008

Rosenfield, Israel, and Edward Ziff. "How the Mind Works: Revelations." NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS June 26, 2008.

Jean-Pierre Changeux is France's most famous neuroscientist. Though less well known in the United States, he has directed a famous laboratory at the Pasteur Institute for more than thirty years, taught as a professor at the Collège de France, and written a number of works exploring 'the neurobiology of meaning.' Aside from his own books, Changeux has published two wide-ranging dialogues about mind and matter, one with the mathematician Alain Connes and the other with the late French philosopher Paul Ricoeur. . . . Read the rest here:

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