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Altered States of Consciousness
by Marc Wittmann
Translated by Philippa Hurd
The Entangled Brain
by Luiz Pessoa
by Armin W. Schulz
How to Stay Smart in a Smart World
by Gerd Gigerenzer
Life, Death, and Other Inconvenient Truths
by Shimon Edelman
The Pragmatic Turn
Edited by Andreas K. Engel, Karl J. Friston and Danica Kragic
Reconstructing Reason and Representation
by Murray Clarke
Edited by Sheila L. Macrine and Jennifer M.B. Fugate
Language vs. Reality
by N. J. Enfield
Prosodic Theory and Practice
Edited by Jonathan Barnes and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel