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> at least I've bothered to give neuroscience
> serious consideration.
And from where I sit, in an interested layman's chair, the more
serious the consideration given to neuroscience, the more the
meme vanishes, at least from the brain.
I seem to recall another book with music and its elementally
deeply felt nature, and, I'll make sure to look it up, but it's
probably in your bibliography.
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