A Mind of Three Minds: Educating the Triune Brain
by Paul D. MacLean - 1978
On the basis of what the brain knows of itself, it is the most complicated and remarkable instrument in the known universe. It is therefore surprising that in this age of machines and computers we give so little thought to educating ourselves about the structure and functions of the brain. To call attention to this deficiency in our education is not to point a reproving finger at our educators. We do not need to blame anyone. Since the brain accounts for everything we do, the blame lies clearly with the brain!
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