Why do we want what we like? New evidence from bee brains offers clues

Science & Tech

What makes us want things we like? We know things that offer potential rewards, including food, sex, addictive drugs, and even certain artworks, can inspire desire in us – but why? The French Enlightenment philosopher Denis Diderot pointed out a central conundrum: Desire is a product of the will but the converse is also true:…

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