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Self comes to mind : constructing the conscious brain

@inproceedings{Damasio2010SelfCT,
  title={Self comes to mind : constructing the conscious brain},
  author={Antonio R. Damasio},
  year={2010}
}
This title is winner of the CORINE International Book Award 2011. It is from one of the most important neuroscientists at work today, a path-breaking investigation of a question that has confounded neurologists, philosophers, cognitive scientists and psychologists for centuries: how is consciousness created? Antonio Damasio has spent the past thirty years studying and writing about how the brain operates, and his work has garnered acclaim for its singular melding of the scientific and the… 
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