The mind and the body, according to neuroscience, and how that affects thought

And maybe an explanation on differences in Eastern and Western Culture?

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Eastern and Western Brains

The author looks at a few cultural elements that contrast in their native North America vs. Eastern Cultures and then applied the Deacon doctrine:

“Big ideas seem to have migrated until they found populations with the right neurochemistry to make them sticky”

Brain and body

Using a similar application, the author suggests the reason we separate mind and body is because our brain has developed that way.

Inspired by Matthew d. Lieberman’s “What makes ideas sticky” from “What’s next? Dispatches on the future of science” 2009

Recently I began reading this book of science essays that were meant to assess the future. Seeming it is 10 years since the book was published, I thought it may be interesting to revisit these. Here the focus was on how the brain’s structure may influence how ideas are selected.

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