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  1. If you cut the brain without anesthesia, the person will NOT feel pain. And if he was removed and everything was sewn up, then you need to start from the fact that it was cut off for him. If the frontal part – a person will become absolutely weak-willed and emotionless. In the literal sense, there will be a zombie that executes all your orders, but they must be clear, because in principle, a person cannot make independent decisions. If you cut off the occipital lobe, the person will go blind, although sometimes there is “sighted blindness” – this is when a person does not see anything, but if you show him a smiling and sad face, he will say that the faces were different, although he will not see it. You can read about the rest at least on Wikipedia. You will simply lose the function of those parts of the brain that will be removed.

  2. Judging by the results of the All-Russian experiment conducted by Channel One , he will not feel anything.

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  3. It's no secret that there are no pain receptors in the brain itself, so a person will not feel anything when they remove any part of the brain directly. But you need to understand that there are a lot of pain receptors in the adjacent tissues and in the meninges, so in general this procedure is quite painful and traumatic. What a person will feel after surgery, and whether they will feel anything at all, depends on what part of the brain was removed.

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