qPresented with extraordinary lucidity, cogency and panache...Powerful and gripping...To have read [the book] is to have consulted a first draft of the structural plan of the human psyche...a glittering tour de forceq - Spectator qWhy do memories fade? Why do we lose our tempers? Why do fools fall in love? Pinker's objective in this erudite account is to explore the nature and history of the human mind...He explores computations and evolutions, and then considers how the mind lets us qsee, think, feel, interact, and pursue higher callings like art, religion and philosophyq - Sunday TimesWhy do we lose our tempers? Why do fools fall in love? Pinkera#39;s objective in this erudite account is to explore the nature and history of the human mind.
|Title||:||How the Mind Works|
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2003-02-27|