The Feeling Of What Happens by Antonio Damasio

This book delves into the complex interplay between emotion, consciousness, and the human brain, offering a groundbreaking perspective on how our feelings shape our experiences of the world. The author, a renowned neuroscientist, explores the biological roots of consciousness and argues that our emotions are a crucial component of the self, playing a fundamental role in the way we perceive and navigate our surroundings. Through a combination of scientific research and philosophical inquiry, the text provides a compelling examination of the essence of human awareness, suggesting that the feeling of what happens in our minds is central to our identity and understanding of life.

The 4562nd greatest book of all time


Published
1999
Nationality
Portuguese
Type
Fiction
Pages
386
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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