Ben Ehrlich, who had his own encounter with an invisible gorilla, reviews the new book "The Invisible Gorilla," which argues for the presence of some common illusions when it comes to our own thinking.
Category - Reviews
Alan Alda hosted a discussion at the World Science Festival on Saturday evening that featured Charlie Kaufman and consciousness researcher Giulio Tononi.
Contributor Ben Ehrlich reviews Cajal’s Butterflies of the Soul (2010) by Javier DeFelipe, published by Oxford University Press.
Some names must be mentioned in any conversation of both current and past work in the art and brain dialogue.
When a mainstream movie explores even the slightest hint of a contemporary scientific concept there is reason for excitement. What does the world of Pandora in James Cameron’s film tell us about the potential as well as the limit of our own brains?
Jung's Red Book, presented in public for the first time, is a deeply inspiring postcard from a journey into the unconscious.