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On Michael Gazzaniga’s book, “Who’s in Charge? Free Will and the Science of the Brain”

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Our sense of self is achieved by specialized modules in the brain working in loose formation with one another in the absence of any real self at all. They make us identify the brain’s thoughts as our own, even when the cause is known to be external control of our brain via transcranial magnetic stimulation.

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