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Shadows Bright as Glass

Once again this week we’re addressing the mind-body problem, this time through art. Writer Amy Nutt’s new book, Shadows Bright as Glass displays the artwork of Jon Sarkin, a chiropractor who suffered a severe stroke and found an new identity … Continue reading

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Mind, consciousness and possibility

David Eagleman is a neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine who studies perception of time, circadian rhythms, time-traveling minds, and the essence of consciousness. Here’s the engrossing New Yorker report on his research. Eagleman had to wait a few weeks to be granted … Continue reading

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