Empathy and Other MysteriesPrint
Neuroscientists are discovering things about the brain that answer questions philosophers have been asking for centuries
By Richard Restak
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Richard Restak is a neurologist and neuropsychiatrist, and the author of 20 books about the brain, including The Playful Brain (with puzzles by Scott Kim). He is also a former advisor to the school of philosophy at The Catholic University of America.
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