Proust Was a Neuroscientist

By Audio Evolution

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Since the dawn of the modern age, science's greatest contribution to the world has been its ability to unravel the mystery, to break down the inner working of the universe to its component parts: atoms and genes. Its greatest detriment to the world has been its unfettered desire to play with and alter them: science for science's sake, as if it offered the only path to know Since the dawn of the modern age,...

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January 1st 2008 by Audio Evolution, LLC

(first published 2007)

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