The amount of concern we take for things that do not matter is unreasonable and unnecessary, only causing us more frustration. We have, as first world societies, become too accustomed to our lifestyles, consequently and mistakenly taking them for granted. 257 more words
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Are we confounding brain, mind and Evolution with neurosciences?
Professionals in a discipline explain evolution and mind with respect to the perspective and terminologies of their discipline. 242 more words
BY: JALEED AHMED GILANI, M.B.B.S., BATCH XVIII
This essay won Third Prize at the AKU National Health Sciences Research Symposium’s Student Essay Competition.
“What if I told you that this world around us, this richly textured world, were all just an illusion constructed in your head?” asks eminent neuroscientist David Eagleman in the brilliant documentary… 950 more words