“AN intelligent being who should thoroughly comprehend the mechanism of the Brain, and
should see in its minutest detail all that is going on within it, would read as it were in a book. The
prodigious number of organs, infinitely small, appropriated to sentiment and to thought, would be
to such a being, what printing types are to us. We turn over the leaves of a book, we study them:
this intelligent being would study nothing but brains.”—Bon Net.