Articles by Paul Broks
Throughout the stages of my life it is the occasional decorative detail I remember, not the "I" of subjective experience. In fact, I'm not unlike my amnesiac patient
Just as lightning has disabled my computer's motherboard, Sacha's brainstem is threatened by an angioma. Her brain surgeons are dabbling in both fate and science
Schizophrenics may embarrass us with their inner voices, but we all have one of our own, and it is essential to our sense of identity. It is our mental software
Self-recognition reflects a higher form of evolution than the ability to recognise others. Some of my patients see their own doubles. Tom can't recognise his own face
Julie is getting a Wada procedure, the alternate suppression of each hemisphere of her brain. In effect it turns her into two different people. Where does the self go?