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Invigorating.... Koch tracks the 'neural footprints' of experience; swims off the wilder shores of

integrated information theory; and speculates about the 'feeling of life itself' in ravens, bees and

octopuses ― along with related ethical concerns.―Nature Read more Koch's controversial and

witty book provides a broad view of consciousness, together with a thorough review of his

scientific research, inspired by Francis Crick. It discusses issues such as the existence of

consciousness in other species and attempts at developing tools and techniques to measure it.―

Ada Yonath, Director of the Helen and Milton A. Kimmelman Center for Biomolecular Structure

and Assembly of the Weizmann Institute of Science; winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2009

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