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In brain we trust? Iain McGilchrist, psychiatrist & author of ‘The Matter With Things’

“The more I learn, the less I realize I know.” This was the humble yet inspiring admission by Socrates, the father of modern Western philosophy – an admission which, over the last two and a half thousand years, has been echoed by many of the world’s brightest scientists. How does our disposition towards the unknown shape what we think we know? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Iain McGilchrist, a British psychiatrist and author of the upcoming book ‘The Matter With Things’.