We’re mapping the brain in amazing detail—but our brain can’t understand the picture.
The rise and fall of the claustrum epitomizes the hunt for consciousness in the brain.
It’s time to accept the limits of how we think.
We share the basic experience of life with all mammals.
Once we acquire language, we can live without it.
Where our minds go when words let us down.
War, murder, music, art. We would have none without metaphor.
Neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux on what makes our brains unique.
Without inner narratives we would be lost in a chaotic world.
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