RE: Has anybody read this book?

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Date: Wed Jan 16 2002 - 21:22:54 GMT

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    I wonder if this could be the part of the brain that forms/adopts/maintains
    or changes beliefs. Does Gazzaniga specify any other types of beliefs or
    ideas that are affected in the same way?


    > I don't have the reference to it at hand, but it is mentioned in
    > Gazzaniga's Social Brain book. There is a tiny temporal lobe
    > area that if
    > it is burned out a person's religious *stability* is destroyed.
    > I.e., such
    > people can change religions as often as underware.
    > Keith Henson

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