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I think Dr. Corkin who began a scientific and legal association with Molaison is so cruel and her scientific research is so immoral….
Please read an article from New Yorker below http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2013/10/henry-gustav-molaison-the-man-who-forgot-everything.html She said that she received Molaison’s permission to extract his brain after his death but I wonder whether he could really truly meaningful permission given his illness. I felt really sorry … Continue reading
When I was still a little younger and internet was new to the world I was actually one of the people who was really into that topic and I spent loads of time in front of the PC in order … Continue reading
There are many reasons why one can like new technologies and technological innovations. But on the other hand there are also many reasons that make me skeptical about this entire information sharing and digitalization processes. I always saw on the … Continue reading
It’s been almost 10 weeks since our very first blogpost and almost the end to our journey on this blog (but with every ending to a chapter, we start again a brand new one J) We wouldn’t call these our … Continue reading