Me, Myself and My Stranger: Understanding the Neuroscience of Selfhood: Scientific American

Me, Myself and My Stranger: Understanding the Neuroscience of Selfhood: Scientific American.

The illusion of self.

I just plain LOVE when modern science is catching up with ideas that have been around for several millennia. It’s like rebuilding old insights from the ground up: unassailable, clear, concise.

Jump out of that barrel!

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