The Cerebral Symphony
Seashore Reflections on the Structure of Consciousness
About the Book
Set amidst the Woods Hole research colony on Cape Cod. Daniel C. Dennett said, “Thinking along with Calvin is sheer delight. This book has the most vivid and lucid explanations of brain function I have seen, and his discussions of evolution place him in the same league with Stephen Gould and Richard Dawkins as elegant expositors in the life sciences.”
About the Author
William H. Calvin is a theoretical neurophysiologist at the University of Washington. He is the author of The Atlantic Monthly’s cover story, “The Great Climate Flip-Flop,” and of ten books, including The Cerebral Code, How Brains Think, The Throwing Madonna, The River that Flows Uphill, The Cerebral Symphony, and co-author of Conversations with Neil’s Brain and Lingua ex Machina.