The epilogue traces the legacies of French spiritualism across the twentieth century. It concludes by suggesting that the movement offers us a critical toolkit that remains as relevant as ever to how we understand the contemporary neurosciences: our evolving understanding of the brain does not definitively solve the relations between mind and body, but offers a launching pad from which to imagine new problems—and possibilities—for ourselves.
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