How history gets things wrong : the neuroscience of our addiction to stories / Alex Rosenberg.  (Text) (Text)

Rosenberg, Alexander, 1946-
Call no.: D16.16 .R67 2018Publication: Cambridge, Mass. : The MIT Press, c2018Description: 289 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), mapsISBN: 9780262038577 (hardcover); 0262038579 (hardcover)Subject(s): PsychohistoryCognitive neuroscienceHistory, Modern -- Psychological aspectsLOC classification: D16.16 | .R67 2018
Contents:Besotted by stories -- How many times can the German Army play the same trick? -- Why ever did Hitler declare war on the United States? : That's easy to explain, too easy -- Is the theory of mind wired in? -- The natural history of historians -- What exactly was the Kaiser thinking? -- Can neuroscience tell us what Talleyrand meant? -- Talleyrand's betrayal : in inside story -- Jeopardy! "question" : "It shows the theory of mind to be completely wrong" -- The future of an illusion -- Henry Kissinger mind reads his way through the Congress of Vienna -- Guns, germs, steel--and all that -- The Gulag Archipelago and the uses of history -- The back(non)story.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-272) and index.

Besotted by stories -- How many times can the German Army play the same trick? -- Why ever did Hitler declare war on the United States? : That's easy to explain, too easy -- Is the theory of mind wired in? -- The natural history of historians -- What exactly was the Kaiser thinking? -- Can neuroscience tell us what Talleyrand meant? -- Talleyrand's betrayal : in inside story -- Jeopardy! "question" : "It shows the theory of mind to be completely wrong" -- The future of an illusion -- Henry Kissinger mind reads his way through the Congress of Vienna -- Guns, germs, steel--and all that -- The Gulag Archipelago and the uses of history -- The back(non)story.

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