The Mind's Eye

  • Oliver Sacks
  • Author:  Oliver Sacks
  • Collection:  "Beautiful Mind" Collection
  • Year: 25-02-2013
  • Translator From English: Lyudmila Andreeva
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  1065-01
  • SKU: 15.0010
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-160-9
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In The Mind's Eye, Oliver Sacks writes about the myriad ways in which we experience the visual world: how we see in three dimensions; how we recognize individual faces or places; how we use language to communicate verbally; how we translate marks on paper into words and paragraphs; and, even how we represent the world internally when our eyes are closed.

Alongside remarkable stories of people who have lost these abilities but adapted with courage, resilience and ingenuity, there is an added, personal element: one day in late 2005, Sacks became aware of a dazzling, flashing light in one part of his visual field; it was not the familiar migraine aura he had experienced since childhood, and just two days later a malignant tumor in one eye was diagnosed. In subsequent journal entries - some of which are included in The Mind's Eye - he chronicled the experience of living with cancer, recording both the effects of the tumor itself, and radiation therapy. In turning himself into a case history, Sacks has given us perhaps his most intimate, impressive and insightful (no pun intended) book yet.

Sacks explores some of the most fundamental facets of human experience–how we see in three dimensions, how we represent the world internally when our eyes are closed, and the remarkable, unpredictable ways that our brains find new ways of perceiving that create worlds as complete and rich as the no-longer-visible world.

About the Author

Oliver Sacks

Oliver Sacks

Oliver Wolf Sacks (1933–2015) was a British neurologist, naturalist, historian of science, and author. Born and educated mostly in Great Britain, he spent his career in the United States. He believed ... Read more

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Tags: The Brain's Way of Healing,Medicine,The Human Brain,Biology & Evolution,Brain & Thinking,Consciousness & Subconsciousness,Intelligence

Year 25-02-2013
Translator From English: Lyudmila Andreeva
Pages 232
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.292 kg
Collection Колекция "Красив ум"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre The Brain's Way of Healing, Medicine, The Human Brain, Biology & Evolution, Brain & Thinking, Consciousness & Subconsciousness, Intelligence

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