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Consciousness: why bother? | Chris Frith | Science | guardian.co.uk

Consciousness: why bother? | Chris Frith | Science | guardian.co.uk. Friday 2 March 2012 12.27 GMT The collection of abilities and experiences that we call the mind emerges from the brain, so the study of the brain can provide important

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The Best Science Books of 2012 | Brain Pickings

The Best Science Books of 2012 | Brain Pickings. It’s that time of year again, the time for those highly subjective, grossly non-exhaustive, yet inevitable and invariably fun best-of reading lists. To kick off the season, here are, in no

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