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    An always-human scientist looks at how we see

    Oliver Sacks brings his usual relatable, human narratives to questions of how we see. How does the brain interpret those signals along the optic nerve? What does it mean to be "face-blind"? What can we learn about sight from people who have faced injuries or disease? It's a fascinating book, technically precise but still accessible to non-specialists.


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