Elegant conclusion to an excellent analysis of the problems with the current craze for fMRI:
It seems that neuroscience reductionism is now replacing its genetic counterpart to find an explanation for everything about ourselves using neuronal correlates instead of genes. While I understand and acknowledge the astonishing advancement of science and its benefits, I tend to think that this infinite spiral of reductionist path may not allow us to make the leap of truly understanding who we are. Science has already come a long way helping us in understanding the nature. Perhaps being creatures of nature, some aspects of it will forever elude us and we may never fully grasp the human experience.
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