The quest, we are told, is to demonstrate how cerebral activities become mental events. On this journey of 21 chapters organized within five parts we revisit Freud, Piaget, and many other revered psychologists and behavioral scientists; engrams; and Gestalt. We are treated to the history of dialectical concepts, beginning with Zeno of Elea in 464 BCE. We are offered dialectical interconnectedness and dialectical triads. We are awash with matrices and fusions as well as complex and simple mnemonics. Part 3, Structures of the Mind, has a chapter titled "Ego, Superego, Id," and the only other chapter is titled "The Neurophysiology of Dreaming."