David H. Hubel
Hardcover with dust jacket
Language: English
No.22 in The Scientific American Library
Condition: A
"Intuition tells us that the brain is complicated. We do complicated things, in immense variety. We breathe, cough, sneeze, vomit, mate, swallow, and urinate; we add and subtract, speak, and even argue, write sing, and compose quartets, poems, novels, and plays; we play baseball and musical insteruments. We perceive and think. How could the organ responsibile for doing all that not be complex."