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An obvious question with a book like this ought to be, what was its impact on you? Has Gazzaniga's analysis done much to change your ethical view? Do you think it will have any effect on the decision making process you go through when trying to determine the most ethical approach to a given situation? Or was it of more theoretical interest?




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I would have to say that this would definitely fall into the theoretical interest category for me. If he was trying to sway people to his point of view (which he seemed to be trying in the early chapters), I don't think he was very successful.




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