This falls under the "Philosophy" section of the Sybervision book list. This section I have usually been a bit harsher on these, along with the "Science and Civilization" books, because I am reading them for an enjoyment factor and that is how I am going to rate them. A lot of the books in these sections read as if they are textbooks. Not this one though. This reads as if it were a journal article. The difference being that a textbook contains very little useless information. It is created to be as concise as possible. On the other hand journal articles usually are padded with "non-essential" information, i.e. background information and other ancillary stuff. That is how this book read. It was a discussion of, coincidentally enough, how we think. The author went into various ways we think and then into different scientific explanations. Overall I felt this was a rehash of what was blatantly obvious, but the "article" did make me think (shocker). It brought up points that I enjoyed and have not actually thought about before but overall I felt it was long and drawn-out and shouldn't have been added to the list. A definite not-recommend.