Review: In ‘Incognito,’ the Brain Is Dramatic and Mysterious

Mysteries swirl in storm clouds in Nick Payne’s “Incognito,” Yet the biggest mystery of all, the one that dominates every aspect of this lively, self-examining drama of ideas, is the very apparatus that you’re using to make sense of this sentence. I mean your brain

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