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The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind (Book Review)

Martin Levit
Educational Studies, Spring 1978, 9 (1): 102.

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This is a rare essay, a daring and brilliant one. Developed here by Jaynes, a Princeton psychologist, is a theory about the origin of human consciousness that is now attracting some national attention. ... The book is well worth reading by any person interested in theories of human learning and behavior, in theory devleopment, and in seeing a scholarly, fertile and original thinker at work. ...