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They raised the specter of a society addicted to pills to treat nonexistent ailments, as many people now are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. He offered no simple answers, dogma, or “just say no” platitudes. The monk’s scheduled appearance at the meeting had been highly controversial. A petition demanding that the invitation be rescinded had been circulating for months and was ultimately signed by 500 neuroscientists. ” asked one of the petition movement’s leaders. The co-signers stated that they objected to using science, or pseudoscience, to validate the Buddhist method of enlightenment through meditation.
Professor and student hit it off, and Thompson urged LeDoux to go on to graduate school in neuroscience. LeDoux applied to 30 programs, but just one, the State University of New York at Stony Brook, accepted him and only, LeDoux says, because Thompson convinced his friend Michael S. Gazzaniga, then head of the school’s neuroscience program, to take a chance. Gazzaniga and LeDoux would both go on to stellar careers. Gazzaniga has become a prime leader in cognitive neuroscience, and this winter left Dartmouth College after a decade to direct the new Sage Center for the Study of the Mind at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
His parents, however, told him they would pay for college only 44 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN MIND Fe b r u a r y/ M a r c h 2 0 0 6 COPYRIGHT 2006 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. R A N DY H A R R I S w w w. s c i a m m i n d . c o m SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN MIND COPYRIGHT 2006 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. 45 if he studied business and only if he did not venture farther than Baton Rouge, 80 miles east. His father, a butcher, envisioned his son as a leading local businessman. The main interest Joseph had in butchering was that it allowed him to do his first neural explorations: digging through cow brains to extract the bullets that had killed the cattle, so his father could sell the brains as a delicacy.
A Postmodernist Reading of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts issue No. 4, 2011 by Noorbakhsh Hooti & Amin Davoodi