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The Mind in the Cave: Consciousness and the Origins of Art

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The breathtakingly beautiful art created deep inside the caves of western Europe in the late Ice Age provokes awe and wonder in equal measure. What ... Show synopsis

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CB2007

Developing the fully modern consciousness

by CB2007 on Apr 19, 2007

When I look to the illustration 27 on page 248 of the book (this is a 3D situation to the viewer), I believe in the first hypotesis of Lewis-Williams that mankind could only engage in image-making upon developing "fully modern consciousness," or an ability to process mental images in a variety of manners. Read this book, you should believe it too!

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