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EBOOK Ñ EPUB Neuropolis ë Ü ➮ [Read] ➪ Neuropolis By Robert Newman ➺ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Are we our brains How can you map the mind Can brain scans read our minds Based on Rob Newman's live stand up show and new BBC Radio 4 series his thought provoking new book explores the scientific bre Are we our brains How caVeries about the origins of memory in ancient oceans He also shows that our brains are inextricably and profoundly intertwined with our bodies the natural world and the world we have made including hilarious accounts of his own participation in neurological experiments Debunking the common even brainless interpretations of brain science he celebrates the intriguing and underreported advances in neuroscience with zest and wi Laugh out loud funny and also eye opening A must read for anyone interested in popular science cognition and how culture spreads mangled myths

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Th uestions than answers In Neuropolis Newman argues that the current claim that the brain is just a complicated computer derives from science but from a combination of philosophical stowaways and a version of evolutionary biology that owes little to Darwin He uestions why brain science is devoted to such a peculiarly reductionist world view when really exciting advances in neuroscience go untold such as awe inspiring disco Superb Funny impassioned and wise Skewers some big names for pseudo science masuerading as neuroscience And delivers a rousing and important point about the culture this muddle headedness is creating

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NeuropolisAre we our brains How can you map the mind Can brain scans read our minds Based on Rob Newman's live stand up show and new BBC Radio series his thought provoking new book explores the scientific breakthroughs that have turned ideas of brain science upside down After imagining volunteering for a brain imaging experiment meant to locate the part of the brain that lights up when you're in love comedian Robert Newman emerged wi Yet another stunning book from Robert Newman I'm biased he might be my favourite living writer light on jokes but impressively heavy on research and rendering scientific knowledge into intelligible prose As ever he can't help himself when there's a joke lurking in the wings and this adds such a great dimension to this tour de force of popular science But wouldn't another novel be good Rob It would wouldn't itGo on Please

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