How Humans became intelligent – The Economist, 09.03.2017

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  • März 9, 2017

From Bacteria to Bach: The Evolution of Minds HUMAN neurons ate distant of tiny yeast cells, themselves descendants of even simpler microbes. Yet they are organized in structures that are capable of astonishing feats of creativity. How did the world get from bacteria to Bach, from funges to funges? Daniel Dennett, an American philosopher and cognitive scientist, tells the tale in his new book, revisiting and extending half a century of work on the topic.

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