The Epilogue returns to the theme of the Introduction, and suggests ways in which this history sheds new light on recent trends in neuroscience—not to offer a full history of the present, but to exploit suggestive structural parallels between the history told in this book and neuroscientific developments of the past decade. It suggests that a historically grounded understanding of the articulation of the relationship between localization and a principle of “connectivity” helps reframe anxieties about the place of neuroscience in contemporary academic culture, and in particular in the humanities. 92
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