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}}The now-deceased author of delightfully wacky seventies classic {{br|The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind}} - a lot more fun than it sounds - and a theory that, against all odds, seems to have a lot going for it, if Daniel Kahneman and others are anything to go by. a
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}}The now-deceased author of delightfully wacky seventies classic {{br|The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind}} - a lot more fun than it sounds - and a theory that, against all odds, seems to have a lot going for it, if [[Daniel Kahneman]] and others are anything to go by.
  
Also a strong influence on HBO science fiction TV thriller Westworld<ref>{{google3|Westworld|Bicameral|Jaynes}}.</ref>. True.
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Also a strong influence on HBO science fiction TV thriller ''Westworld''<ref>{{google3|Westworld|Bicameral|Jaynes}}.</ref>. True.
  
 
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The now-deceased author of delightfully wacky seventies classic The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind - a lot more fun than it sounds - and a theory that, against all odds, seems to have a lot going for it, if Daniel Kahneman and others are anything to go by.

Also a strong influence on HBO science fiction TV thriller Westworld[1]. True.

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