The Complementary Nature

The Complementary Nature
Author : J. A. Scott Kelso
Publisher : MIT Press
Total Pages : 317
Release : 2006-05-05
ISBN 10 : 9780262112918
ISBN 13 : 0262112914
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Complementary Nature Book Description:

How the ubiquitous human tendency to polarize—either~or, nature~nurture, body~mind, yin~yang—can be explained in terms of coordination dynamics, a new conception of brain function, and how such polar opposites can be reconciled.


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