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The neocortex is the seat of thought; it contains the centers that put together and comprehend what the senses perceive.
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen itortex. In contrast to the ancient brain's two-layered cortex, the neocortex offered an extraordinary intellectual edge.
The Homo sapiens neocortex, so much larger than in any other species, has added all that is distinctly human. <span>The neocortex is the seat of thought; it contains the centers that put together and comprehend what the senses perceive. It adds to a feeling what we think about it—and allows us to have feelings about ideas, art, symbols, imaginings.
In evolution the neocortex allowed a judicious fine-tuning
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