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Combining a thorough knowledge of past clinical studies with philosophical sweep, Rosenfield explores consciousness as the "dynamic integration of past, present, and self" that tells us not only who we are but that we are. A revisionist book that compels us to re-examine a phenomenon that has traditionally been overlooked as being but a small part of the brain's function.
|I||Consciousness: The Major Business of the Brain||3|
|II||The Counterfeit Leg and the Bankruptcy of Classical Neurology||36|
|III||In a World Without Time||68|
|IV||Language: Prime Cuts||88|
|V||Multiple Personalities: What's in a Name?||120|