Home > Book of the Week / Science / Video Eric Kandel on "What Is Art For?" In the following talk, “What Is Art For,” Eric Kandel discusses some of the ideas central to his new book, Reductionism in Art and Brain Science: Bridging the Two Cultures Categories:Book of the WeekScienceVideo Related Posts Book Excerpt / Book of the Week / History / Psychology / Science Excerpt: Matt J. Rossano's Preface and Introduction to Mortal Rituals AUP Blog Tour / AUP Week 2020 / Listicles / Medicine / Science / University Press News / Women In Science 6 Things to Consider Before Applying to PhD Programs Author Post/Op-Ed / Book of the Week / Current Events / Environmental Studies / Health / Science Why It Takes More Than Stockpiling Supplies and First Responder Training to Prepare for Megadisasters By Jeff Schlegelmilch Book of the Week / Japan / Music Sakamoto Kyu's "Sukiyaki" Book of the Week / Business / Columbia Business School Publishing / Management / Video VIDEOS: Edward Hess Presents Chapters from "Learn or Die" Art and Architecture / Book of the Week / Gay and Lesbian Studies / History Images from A Little Gay History American History / Book of the Week / History / New York City Documenting Censorship’s Pyrrhic Victories Book Giveaway / Book of the Week / Literary Studies / National Poetry Month / Poetry Book Giveaway! Poetry Unbound: Poems and New Media from the Magic Lantern to Instagram, by Mike Chasar Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Prev Post Book Giveaway! "Reductionism in Art and Brain Science," by Eric Kandel Next Post New Book Tuesday: Entrepreneurship, Dispossession & The Environment, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and More.