Retouching a Nerve

Patricia S. Churchland’s Touching a Nerve: Our Brains, Our Selves (Norton) stimulated a macrorave in these pages when it came out in hardback last year (“Cogito Ergo and Then Some.”) Just released in paperback, the book owes “its narrative chops,” wrote reviewer Jacob Berkowitz, to the author’s “storytelling and anecdotes, both professional and personal.”

What gives the book its narrative chops is that Churchland grounds her discussion in storytelling and anecdotes, both professional and personal. – See more at: http://scientistsbookshelf.org/features/cogito-ergo-and-then-some/#sthash.fAOyyl5u.dpuf
What gives the book its narrative chops is that Churchland grounds her discussion in storytelling and anecdotes, both professional and personal. – See more at: http://scientistsbookshelf.org/features/cogito-ergo-and-then-some/#sthash.fAOyyl5u.dpuf

What gives the book its narrative chops is that Churchland grounds her discussion in storytelling and anecdotes, both professional and personal. – See more at: http://scientistsbookshelf.org/features/cogito-ergo-and-then-some/#sthash.fAOyyl5u.dpuf