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  • NstealthL

    This was such a nice read and horribly daunting to realise that we'll soon be losing such a brilliant mind from our time. I've loved the work that Sacks has done to progress neuroscience. He may not be the father of the field, but he has done so much to bring the field to the forefront and make it accessible to the general public as well. It's beautiful to see that he is truly a scientist that enjoys the fields beyond his own areas of work and takes comfort from those areas in his final moments.

    I think it's time to start reading more of his works again.

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