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By Anne Jaap Jacobson

Drawing on quite a lot of assets, together with the historical past of philosophy, her function as director of a cognitive neuroscience workforce, and her Wittgensteinian education at Oxford, Jacobson offers clean perspectives on illustration, innovations, notion, motion, emotion and trust.

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