Reasoning And The Brain

The famous Russian neuropsychologist Luria once remarked, ''The cerebral organization of thinking has no history whatsoever." Fodor, the distinguished philosopher of mind, predicted that it has no future either because thinking depends on general processes rather than separate brain modules, such as those that underlie perception or motor control. Nevertheless, a start has been made in the study of the neuropsychology of reasoning. The results so far have been largely at the level of ''these areas of the brain underlie reasoning,'' and their interpretations are at best tentative.

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