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One of the best books on neuroscience including high level and low level descriptions of the phenomena in the brain. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Max Talanov
Everyone should read this book. What Damasio has to tell us about the role of emotion in our reasoning process is fascinating and profoundly important, especially in our culture... Read morePublished 2 months ago by euphoric30
From Anthony Gottlieb's "Think Again" in the November 20, 2006 New Yorker (subscribers have access to the entire archives): "In the 1994 best-seller "Descartes'... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Ashley Shea
For those that don’t understand the significance of this book’s title, Descartes (1596 - 1650) was ‘The Great Rationalist” responsible for the famous line, “Cogito Ergo Sum” in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John R. Holmes, Jr.
I DO NOT HATE IT... I AM NOT READY TO COMMENT ... IT MAY TAKE ME A WHILE TO VENTURE AN OPINION...Published 4 months ago by Jonc
Good book, bad title. The idea that Descartes didn't know about the role of emotion in cognitive function is ludicrous.Published 6 months ago by DT
Complex, challenging but very exciting read as Damasio gets into the biology of emotions and reason.Published 6 months ago by Kaleel Sakakeeny