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Farrar, Straus and Giroux
"How the evolutionary history of the human brain explains our tendency to sort the world into black-and-white categories"-- Several million years ago, natural selection equipped us with binary, black-and-white brains. This binary brain was highly adept at detecting risk: the ability to analyze threats and respond to changes in the sensory environment was essential to our survival as a species. Since then, the world has evolved-- but we, for the most...
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