"What a paradox, what a cruelty, what an irony, there is here- that inner life and imagination may lie dull and dormant unless released, awakened, by an intoxication or disease"
A human poses the ability to develop specific talents in order to compensate for a deficiency in other areas. In an extreme view, Oliver Sacks explains how he, a neurologist and psychiatrist, witnesses these talents brought out by a disease. Many individuals, overlooked by society and classical science as 'challenged', have developed great talents in the mist of their severe illnesses.
- Bodiless Gifts
- Definition of Education
- Historians, Spend Their Lives Pursuing the Meaning of the Past for the Present
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