Chapter 4 develops a Deleuzean-motivated “dynamic interactionist” account of the notion of socially mediated neuroplasticity in Bruce Wexler’s fascinating study, Brain and Culture (2006). The thesis of the chapter is that human reality is to be found in individuation processes that integrate a social-neuro-somatic multiplicity on evolutionary, developmental, and behavioral temporal scales.
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