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Manfred Davidmann shows how the human brain evolved and functions, how the human mind works, and how brain and mind interact. This fundamental work provides fascinating insights clearly expressed in meaningful language, shows how brain and mind determine what people do and how they do it, what people aim to achieve and how in the struggle for a better life we adapt to the world in which we live. The chapters of this book which deal with how our communities and societies are organised and function, describe how our group minds shape our lives, communities and society, explain the consequent confrontations and struggles from dictatorship to democracy. Relating the functioning of the brain to behaviour, this work shows how human behavior is affected by the primitive instincts of our reptilian ancestors. There are sections which discuss how conflict arises within the mind, mental health and illness, dominance, creativity and hearing voices.



Manfred Davidmann

The Human Mind and How it Works

Group Minds in Action: How the Human Group Mind Shapes the Quality of Our Life and Living

The Human Mind and How it Works

Group Minds in Action: How the Human Group Mind Shapes the Quality of Our Life and Living

by Manfred Davidmann

Published by Social Organisation Ltd

Paperback

264 pages. Size 234 x 156 mm.

Date published: Aug 2011

Author website: www.socialorganisation.eu

ISBN: 978-0851920559

Paperback £58.00