The 21st-Century Brain: Explaining, Mending and Manipulating the Mind

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Neuroscientists claim to understand the roots of human personality and behaviour, of language and even of consciousness itself. Can they cure Alzheimer’s? Can human behaviour be controlled with drugs? Rose explores these claims via the evolutionary route.

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Hilary Rose is a sociologist of science. Her most recent book is Love Power and Knowledge: Towards a Feminist Transformation of the Sciences.

Steven Rose is a neurobiologist. His most recent books are The Making of Memory and Lifelines: Biology, Freedom, Determinism.

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