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Jerne Sayings By Norman Mailer: At the end of medicine is dope; at the end of life is death; at At the end of medicine is dope; at the end of life is death; at the end of man may be the Hell which arrives from the vanities of the mind. — Norman Mailer
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Jerne Sayings By Alice Hoffman: Avoid men who call you Baby, and women who have no friends, and dogs that Avoid men who call you Baby, and women who have no friends, and dogs that scratch at their bellies and refuse to lie down at your feet. Wear dark glasses; bathe with lavender oil and cool fresh water. Seek shelter from the sun at noon. — Alice Hoffman
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Jerne Sayings By Niels Kaj Jerne: More about the selection theory: Jerne meant that the Socratic idea of learning was a More about the selection theory: Jerne meant that the Socratic idea of learning was a fitting analogy for 'the logical basis of the selective theories of antibody formation': Can the truth (the capability to synthesize an antibody) be learned? If so, it must be assumed not to pre-exist; to be learned, it must be acquired. We are thus confronted with the difficulty to which Socrates calls attention in Meno [ ... ] namely, that it makes as little sense to search for what one does not know as to search for what one knows; what one knows, one cannot search for, since one knows it already, and what one does not know, one cannot search for, since one does not even know what to search for. Socrates resolves this difficulty by postulating that learning is nothing but recollection. The truth (the capability to synthesize an antibody) cannot be brought in, but was already inherent. — Niels Kaj Jerne
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Jerne Sayings By Niels Kaj Jerne: It seems a miracle that young children easily learn the language of any environment into It seems a miracle that young children easily learn the language of any environment into which they were born. The generative approach to grammar, pioneered by Chomsky, argues that this is only explicable if certain deep, universal features of this competence are innate characteristics of the human brain. Biologically speaking, this hypothesis of an inheritable capability to learn any language means that it must somehow be encoded in the DNA of our chromosomes. Should this hypothesis one day be verified, then lingusitics would become a branch of biology. — Niels Kaj Jerne
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Jerne Sayings By Patricia Briggs: Until I met him today." He turned to Jes. "Who is the forest Until I met him today." He turned to Jes. "Who is the forest — Patricia Briggs
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Jerne Sayings By Niels Kaj Jerne: A cis-immunologist will sometimes speak to a trans-immunologist; but the latter rarely answers. A cis-immunologist will sometimes speak to a trans-immunologist; but the latter rarely answers. — Niels Kaj Jerne
Jerne Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: This was the perfect day of his childhood. This the day to shape the days This was the perfect day of his childhood. This the day to shape the days upon. — Cormac McCarthy
Jerne Sayings By Katie Holmes: Any time I break up with Dawson or question him, viewers turn against me. Any time I break up with Dawson or question him, viewers turn against me. — Katie Holmes
Jerne Sayings By Suzy Menkes: My style has always been to choose the charming and quirky. My style has always been to choose the charming and quirky. — Suzy Menkes
Jerne Sayings By Maddie Ziegler: I dance. I don't really do anything else. I dance. I don't really do anything else. — Maddie Ziegler
Jerne Sayings By Elie Wiesel: I wrote my first book, I published it in 1955, it was in Jiddish and I wrote my first book, I published it in 1955, it was in Jiddish and it was called And The World Was Silent. — Elie Wiesel
Jerne Sayings By Leonard Bernstein: I also believe, along with Keats, that the Poetry of Earth is never dead, as I also believe, along with Keats, that the Poetry of Earth is never dead, as long as Spring succeeds Winter, and man is there to perceive it ... And finally, I believe that because all these things are true, Ives' Unanswered Question has an answer. I'm no longer quite sure what the question is, but I know the answer is Yes. — Leonard Bernstein
Jerne Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Grains of sand will only flow with the winds, Kenton, never against them. Grains of sand will only flow with the winds, Kenton, never against them. — Brandon Sanderson
Jerne Sayings By Kristin Hannah: What good did it do to light the world on fire if she had to What good did it do to light the world on fire if she had to watch the glow alone? — Kristin Hannah
Jerne Sayings By Utada Hikaru: The Japanese version comes with a translation, but that's different from the lyrics, so people The Japanese version comes with a translation, but that's different from the lyrics, so people could look things up and find a translation of their own if they're interested. — Utada Hikaru
Jerne Sayings By Herbert Read: It was play rather than work which enabled man to evolve his higher faculties - It was play rather than work which enabled man to evolve his higher faculties - everything we mean by the word 'culture'. — Herbert Read
Jerne Sayings By Niels Kaj Jerne: An immune system of enormous complexity is present in all vertebrate animals. When we place An immune system of enormous complexity is present in all vertebrate animals. When we place a population of lymphocytes from such an animal in appropriate tissue culture fluid, and when we add an antigen, the lymphocytes will produce specific antibody molecules, in the absense of any nerve cells. I find it astonishing that the immune system embodies a degree of complexity which suggests some more or less superficial though striking analogies with human language, and that this cognitive system has evolved and functions without assistance of the brain. — Niels Kaj Jerne
Jerne Sayings By Martha Reeves: Lead singers not only do the majority of the work, but their personalities are singled Lead singers not only do the majority of the work, but their personalities are singled out and taken as the general attitude of the unit. — Martha Reeves
Jerne Sayings By George Orwell: All history was a palimpsest, scraped clean and re-inscribed exactly as often as was necessary. All history was a palimpsest, scraped clean and re-inscribed exactly as often as was necessary. In no case would it have been possible, once the deed was done, to prove that any falsification had taken place. — George Orwell