The Triune Brain in Evolution: Role in Paleocerebral Functions (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 31, 1990 - Medical - 672 pages
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The main substance of the present book concerns comparative neurobehavioral and clinical studies germane to evolutionary considerations. Here the evidence, along with other considerations, seems to present an surmountable obstacle to our ever obtaining confidence in scientific or other intellectual beliefs---a confidence that is essential to make it worthwhile to pursue a search for the meaning of life. If the reader were able to contradict or circumvent the interpretations that have been reached in this respect, that would be a contribution of endless value.
  

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Paul MacLean is a researcher and theorist of brain function and how it affects behavior. Indeed, I have heard it said that he is the one who coined the phrase "the limbic system." This volume, like an ... Read full review

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Page 2 - In all this it is obvious that the mind and the ideas, together with their special characteristics, are being invented on the spot to provide spurious explanations. A science of behavior can hope to gain very little from so cavalier a practice. Since mental or psychic events are asserted to lack the dimensions of physical science, we have an additional reason for rejecting them.

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