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Engineering the Human Mind and the External World

  • V. V. S. SarmaEmail author
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Abstract

Is the mind of an engineer different from the mind of any other human being? Does a decade of training spanning the period of one’s BE, ME and Ph.D. programs affect the way a person thinks and acts? What does his experience teach him? I felt that introspection is certainly going to be instructive.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BangaloreIndia

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