The biological roots of thinking, emotions, sexuality, language and intelligence.
This is an analysis of the way in which science is reshaping the age-old question of “nature” versus “nurture”. Recent discoveries in biology, brain science and cognitive science have led to a new view of human behaviour; a view in which natural selection affects everything from clinical depression to the development of language. Gazzaniga, a neuroscientist, assesses the findings and looks at the implications of the radical new “selection theory” which links thinking, emotions, sexuality, language and intelligence.
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