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Inside How the baby mind Development

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It’s unfocused, random, and extremely good at what it does. How we can learn from a baby’s brain.
WHAT IS IT like to be a baby? For centuries, this question would have seemed absurd: behind that adorable facade was a mostly empty head. A baby, after all, is missing most of the capabilities that define the human mind, such as language and the ability to reason. Rene Descartes argued that the young child was entirely bound by sensation, hopelessly trapped in the confusing rush of the here and now. A newborn, in this sense, is just a lump of need, a bundle of reflexes that can only eat and cry. To think like a baby is to not think at all. http://www.mediconews.com/

created February 14, 2011

updated February 14, 2011

joined 02/07/2011
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