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    I like this compact rendering of a piece of science, which already large but poorly understood, is destined to grow into one of the pillars of a philosophically inspired world view. The author refrains from cheap and catchy terminology such as provided daily by localizationist scholars in neurology, neurophysiology and psychology. Instead she appears to have selected those aspects of brain structure, which should immediately ring a bell in the heads of the inventors of future human-like thinking machines.

    I suggested a few minor changes in the text mostly referring to individual words. Unfortunately I don't seem to be able to change anything in the figure legends, although I would have a few important suggestions there too. I hope the author will take care of that.

    Sincerely Valentino Braitenberg

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