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Chapter 8 This model and other models

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Abstract

The history of science suggests that we progress not by simply collecting facts but by synthesizing ideas and then testing them. It also teaches us that nothing is so effective in promoting new thoughts and experiments as a theory that one can amend or even knock down. (Gerald M. Edelman, Bright Air, Brilliant Fire: On the Matter of the Mind, 1992)

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