John Horgan On Brain Science

Guest: John Horgan Author, The End of Science (Helix Books, 1997) Author, The Undiscovered Mind: How The Human Brain Defies Replication, Medication, and Explanation (Simon and Schuster, 1999) Garrison, New York In his book The End of Science, writer John Horgan argued that science was on the wane because all the big discoveries had already been made. Now he's back with a new book, claiming that scientists may never be able to understand the mysteries of the brain. Are neurology, psychology, and psychiatry running in circles? In this hour, we'll talk with the ever-controversial John Horgan.



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