Glimcher is not just enthusiastic about this latter direction, he's downright evangelistic.
To fully understand the nature of his fervour, one has to tackle the entire book. Glimcher argues across four chapters that Descartes' legacy is an implicit model, shared by most neuroscientists, in which the reflex is the underlying mechanism from which more complicated functions such as decision-making are constructed. Uncertainty rules. Author: P. Read Montague.
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