How the Mind Works

How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci

Authors: Steven Pinker,

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In How The Mind Works, Pinker shares with you the reasons why your mind can be so irrational sometimes, the things that sexually arouse you, what makes you fall in love, the causes of happiness, anger, and all the other emotions you go through. It is a book that gives you access to the unknown parts of life.

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