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By Leonard Shlain

Best-selling writer Leonard Shlain explores the potential of humankind in the course of the existence, artwork, and brain of the 1st actual Renaissance guy, Leonardo da Vinci. the writer hypothesizes that da Vinci’s excellent diversity of achievements demonstrates a harbinger of the way forward for our species. Da Vinci’s concepts as an artist, scientist, and inventor are recast via a contemporary lens, with Shlain using modern neuroscience to light up da Vinci’s artistic procedure. No different individual in human historical past has excelled in such a lot of components of innovation: Shlain finds the how and the why.

Shlain theorizes that Leonardo’s notable brain got here from a uniquely built and built-in correct and left mind, and he deals a version for a way we can also evolve. utilizing earlier and present study, Leonardo’s Brain offers da Vinci because the point of interest for a clean exploration of human creativity. along with his lucid kind and memorable skill to figure connections between quite a lot of fields, Shlain brings the reader into the area of history’s maximum brain.

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