A.r. Luria Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 A.r. Luria Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

A.r. Luria Sayings By James Gleick: By contrast, a man who has just learned to read and write responds, "To go By contrast, a man who has just learned to read and write responds, "To go by your words, they should all be white." To go by your words - in that phrase, a level is crossed. The information has been detached from any person, detached from the speaker's experience. Now it lives in the words, little life-support modules. Spoken words also transport information, but not with the self-consciousness that writing brings. Literate people take for granted their own awareness of words, along with the array of word-related machinery: classification, reference, definition. Before literacy, there is nothing obvious about such techniques. "Try to explain to me what a tree is," Luria says, and a peasant replies, "Why should I? Everyone knows what a tree is, they don't need me telling them. — James Gleick
A.r. Luria Sayings By Susumu Tonegawa: In 1981, after ten years in Basel, I returned to the United States to continue In 1981, after ten years in Basel, I returned to the United States to continue my research on the immune system at the Center for Cancer Research of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where Director Salvador E. Luria provided me with an excellent laboratory. — Susumu Tonegawa
A.r. Luria Sayings By Oliver Sacks: But the saddest difference between them was that Zazetsky, as Luria said, 'fought to regain But the saddest difference between them was that Zazetsky, as Luria said, 'fought to regain his lost faculties with the indomitable tenacity of the damned,' whereas Dr P. was not fighting, did not know what was lost. But who was more tragic, or who was more damned
the man who knew it, or the man who did not? — Oliver Sacks
A.r. Luria Sayings By Oliver Sacks: And so was Luria, whose words now came back to me: 'A man does not And so was Luria, whose words now came back to me: 'A man does not consist of memory alone. He has feeling, will, sensibility, moral being ... It is here ... you may touch him, and see a profound change.' Memory, mental activity, mind alone, could not hold him; but moral attention and action could hold him completely. — Oliver Sacks
A.r. Luria Sayings By Oliver Sacks: Luria's Mind of a Mnemonist. Luria's Mind of a Mnemonist. — Oliver Sacks
A.r. Luria Sayings By Oliver Sacks: In 1966, after arriving in New York, I read two of Luria's books, Higher Cortical In 1966, after arriving in New York, I read two of Luria's books, Higher Cortical Functions in Man and Human Brain and Psychological Processes. The latter, which contained very full case histories of patients with frontal lobe damage, filled me with admiration [4].
[Footnote 4]. And fear, for as I read it, I thought, what place is there for me in the world? Luria has already seen, said, written, and thought anything I can ever say, or write, or think. I was so upset that I tore the book in two (I had to buy a new copy for the library, as well as a copy for myself). — Oliver Sacks
A.r. Luria Sayings By James D. Watson: I started doing science when I was effectively 20, a graduate student of Salvador Luria I started doing science when I was effectively 20, a graduate student of Salvador Luria at Indiana University. And that was - you know, it took me about two years, you know, being a graduate student with Luria deciding I wanted to find the structure of DNA; that is, DNA was going to be my objective. — James D. Watson