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The Brain and Its Self: A Neurochemical Concept of the Innate and Acquired Drives Hardcover – June 22, 2005
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Knoll tries his best to relate this thesis in the eleventh hour and the science-minded reader will find sympathy in Knoll's defense of Enlightenment values against myth-making, if not his out-of-nowhere defense of the rationality of the Jewish state and Jewish people or his relegating acquired drives only to the scientist and artist and not the billions of other working people of the world. But the bread and butter of the book is scant and renders Knoll's "monograph" unworthy of its high asking price.