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“Conscious offers the clearest, most compelling explanation that Iâ€ve seen of

consciousness. If youâ€ve ever wondered how you have the capacity to wonder, some

fascinating insights await you in these pages.― (Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author

of Originals, Give and Take, and Option B)“Wild ideas are on the table--youâ€ll come away

with an appreciation of the major conflicts and the high stakes that come with any attempt to

understand how consciousness really works.― (Sean Carroll, theoretical physicist and author of

The Big Picture)“A fascinating book that literally illuminates the enduring mystery of

consciousness. Harris makes the journey direct, clear, entertaining, and above all accessible--

even to someone like me, whoâ€d never before gotten my head around this complex topic.―

(Gavin de Becker, author of The Gift of Fear)“Harris holds a mirror up to ourselves and the

reflection she casts is wondrously unfamiliar. In salient prose that intertwines science and

philosophy, Harris turns her joyful curiosity on the nature of awareness. Every sentence of this

book works upon the next, delving the reader deeper into an exploration of consciousness. While

most books that contemplate the mysteries of the universe make one feel small in comparison,

Conscious gives the reader an undeniable sense of presence.― (Nathalia Holt, author of New

York Times bestseller Rise of the Rocket Girls)“A userâ€s guide to the scientific thinking on

consciousness—delivering an assumption-shattering take on how we think about our mind, our

self, and this very moment.― (Daniel Goleman, author of NYT bestseller Emotional Intelligence

)“The AI quest for artificial minds has transformed the mystery of consciousness into

philosophy with a deadline. In this gem of a book, Annaka Harris tackles consciousness

controversies with incisive rigor and clarity, in a style thatâ€s accessible and captivating, yet

never dumbed down.― (Prof. Max Tegmark, MIT, author of Life 3.0: Being Human in the age of AI

)“A remarkably focused, concise and provocative overview of the ‘problem of Mind.â€

Written with great clarity, she gives readers unfamiliar with the debate a chance to see the fault

lines defining modern discussions about the nature of consciousness.― (Adam Frank,

astrophysicist and author of About Time and Light of the Stars)“I have read many, many great

books on consciousness in my life as a neuroscientist. Conscious tops them all, hands down. It

deals with unsolved questions and dizzying concepts with a graciousness and clarity that leaves

the reader deeply satisfied.― (Marco Iacoboni, neuroscientist and author of Mirroring People

)“A delectable introduction to a fundamental mystery that science has been struggling with


since antiquity.― (Christof Koch, neuroscientist and author of The Quest for Consciousness

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