Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"What entities do we talk about in the domain of the cognitive? One of the main functions of the brain is to "represent" things. Collections of representations in the brain are often referred to as "maps". A typical Ordnance Survey map is a good metaphor for a brain map. Such a map contains information.... It has long been known that there is a map of the body spread along the primary motor cortex from the legs (at the top) to the mouth (at the bottom). ....there is a long way to go before consciousness can be "explained" in terms of brain function."

Chris FRITH, 1995, Times Higher Educational Supplement, 20 x. (Reviewing M.S.Gazzaniga, The Cognitive Neurosciences, MIT.)

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