The Oxford Companion to the Mind

@article{Warren2005TheOC,
  title={The Oxford Companion to the Mind},
  author={Jason D. Warren},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={98},
  pages={81 - 82}
}
  • J. Warren
  • Published 2005
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
There is a way of looking at the world which holds that the human mind and its contents are all that there is. The second edition of Richard Gregory’s lovely book does justice to the greatness of its subject and to its renowned predecessor. If Gilgamesh is the first book of the human heart, the Oxford Companion to the Mind is on a short-list of those dedicated to the heart’s more calculating running-mate. It makes good the dust-jacket’s boast that this is, indeed, an edition for the new century… Expand
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