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How The Mind Works Pa (Reissue)

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ISBN13:

9780393334777

ISBN10:
0393334775
Format:
Trade Paper
Pub. Date:
6/17/2009
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

The Pulitzer Prize finalist and national bestseller How the Mind Works is a fascinating, provocative work exploring the mysteries of human thought and behavior. How do we see in three dimensions? How do we remember names and faces? How is it, indeed, that we ponder the nature of our own consciousness? Why do we fall in love? In this bold, extraordinary book, Pinker synthesizes the best of cognitive science and evolutionary biology to explain what the mind is, how it has evolved, and, ultimately, how it works. This edition includes a new afterword that explores the impact of the book and its relevance today.

Author Biography

Steven Pinker is Harvard College Professor and Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. vii
Prefacep. xv
Standard Equipmentp. 3
Thinking Machinesp. 59
Revenge of the Nerdsp. 149
The Mind's Eyep. 211
Good Ideasp. 299
Hotheadsp. 363
Family Valuesp. 425
The Meaning of Lifep. 521
Notesp. 567
Referencesp. 589
Creditsp. 627
Indexp. 629
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