The Dreams of Santiago Ramón y Cajal
The Dreams of Santiago Ramón y Cajal is the lost dream diary of "the father of modern neuroscience," translated into English for the first time. The text is accompanied by an introduction to the life and work of Cajal, his fraught relationship to Freud, and the history of ideas about mind, brain, and dreaming.
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Mar. 30, 2015
The inimitable S.J. Fowler hosts a World without Words—a study of how aphasia effects our experience of language—in London, England.
I talk about how paragraphs are like neurons with synapses in between, and I read some from my experiment.
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