Jim Fehlinger quoted,
> A charismatic figure, Edelman proved adept at drumming up
> sponsorship. Eventually, enough money was raised to found the
> Neurosciences Institute, a $16 million 'monastery of science'
> built into a hillside at the Scripps Research Institute in
> southern California. The cash paid for wet labs to study
> neurology and dry labs for computer simulations of brain
> circuits. Edelman could also afford thirty full-time staff. For
> other neuroscientists, it was bad enough that a complete outsider
> was getting his own lab, free of any of the usual teaching
> responsibilities or funding constraints
Sounds like Eliezer.
Are you listening, Eugene?
Hunger disappears when you're having fun,
consciousness, phlogiston, philosophy, vitalism, mind, free will, qualia
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