Table of contents for Human : the science behind what makes us unique / Michael S. Gazzaniga.


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PART 1
THE BASICS OF HUMAN LIFE
1   ARE HUMAN BRAINS UNIQUE?                   7
2   WOULD A CHIMP MAKE A GOOD DATE?           38
PART 2
NAVIGATING THE SOCIAL WORLD
3   BIG BRAINS AND EXPANDING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS 79
4   THE MORAL COMPASS WITHIN                 113
5   I FEEL YOUR PAIN                         158
PART 3
THE GLORY OF BEING HUMAN
6   WHAT'S UP WITH THE ARTS?                   203
7   WE ALL ACT LIKE DUALISTS: THE CONVERTER
FUNCTION                                  246
8   IS ANYBODY THERE?                          276
PART 4
BEYOND CURRENT CONSTRAINTS
9   WHO NEEDS FLESH?                           325
AFTERWORD                                      386
NOTES                                          391



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cognitive neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Human beings, Consciousness