Noted neuroscientist Daniel Bor has long been fascinated by one of science's biggest mysteries -- what consciousness is, why only we have it, and what it means for our mental state. In The Ravenous Brain, Bor argues his controversial new theory that consciousness evolved as a way for humans to organize and structure knowledge, as part of our natural drive to innovate.
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