Trouble is, the moment you step out of your role as a scientist to actually fight for something (stop gathering data, start inciting action), you're no longer considered a scientist, and are instead labelled an activist or politician.
Still, looks interesting. Has anyone read this an/or the (shorter) 2013 essay by the same authors, and of the same title? http://www.mitpressjournals.or...
Stick with people that know how the brain actually works, like Edelman.
I'd missed Edelman until now... he doesn't seem to come up as much in conversation as the others. Looks like good reading. What/who else can you recommend?
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