On the Origin of Mind: Life's Need to Re-represent Itself
On the origin of Mind, 2007 - 520 pages
"'On the origin of Mind' is a detailed description of how the mind works. It explains the dynamics from the neuronal level upwards to the scale of group behaviour, society and culture."--Publisher's website.
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