The turn of the twenty-first century has seen a new era in the cognitive and brain sciences that allows us to address the age-old question of what it means to be human from a whole new range of different perspectives. Our knowledge of the workings of the human brain increases day by day and so does our understanding of the extended, distributed, embodied and culturally mediated character of the human mind. The problem is that these major ways of thinking about human cognition and the threads of evidence that they carry with ...

The Sapient Mind: Archaeology Meets Neuroscience 2009, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780199561995

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