Loved the book. Offers great information about how the brain works that gives insights into our own thought patterns. Science that was integrated into real life in an entertaining way.
i thought it would have more actions about improving use of free will and control. it was very interesting material but at times struggled with it.
the narrator was good but sometimes his voice is so deep that it pulls me out of the story
true, life, socialism.
how real it is.
no character as I like it.
made me realize im not the only one who thinks this way.
one of the best books I have ever read, makes me feel my life long intuitions have been shared by another human. he decided to write it down.
There is a lot of interesting information in this book. The title would have you believe it is about the unconscious mind but its really about the whole brain, and whole person for that matter. He does go off on a lot of different tangents, but very interesting ones.
More detail would be nice but a good start for people asking questions about free will and decision making.
The book is good. The author does an ok job of explaining in layman's terms some the more difficult ideas. The book also delves into some of the more philosophical implications of the authors research.
This book was very academic. Down to the siting of references every few minutes. I have a masters degree but found a lot of the content to be over my head.
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Plain English in a field of in penetrable jargon
Non fiction, no characters
A film of the mind