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On 23 Jan 2002, at 19:33, Grant Callaghan wrote:
> Yep, but not as completely or as compactly. The amazing thing to me is that
> the child seems to retain the same basic personality. Either hemisphere can
> be removed wihout removing the personality. So where in the brain are we?
> "We" must be a function of the system rather than a part of the brain.
I think the personality lies in the connection between different brain
parts, for example if some memory is linked with some emotional
output. So there's no single place where "we" exist but we are in all
the different connections.
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