Section 1: The nature of understanding

Why we need hierarchies of description to understand anything; how we understand very complex electronic systems; the nature of understanding in the physical sciences; what understanding the brain means.  

Section 3: The anatomy and physiology of the brain

How the brain fits together; the properties of neurons, axons and dendrites; the chemistry of neurons; the major anatomical structures – cortex, hippocampus, thalamus, basal ganglia, basal forebrain, amygdala, hypothalamus, cerebellum.  

Section 5: Evidence for the architectural constraints in the brain

How the anatomy and physiology of the brain confirms the presence of the predicted architectural forms; how major anatomical structures correspond with the information processing subsystems predicted by the natural selection pressures resulting from the practical...