- Book: The wisdom paradox
That which is genetically pre-wired in us as compared to learnt behaviour.
Many parts of the brain contain some prewiring
- Ex: Auditory processing, visual processing, motor control etc
The newly evolved parts of the brain are more open ended and do not come prewired as compared to the older layers
- In newer regions, we don’t see modular operations but a highly interactive and distributed operational structure.