Altered States – Celebrating Oliver Sacks, MD

“Neurochemistry was plainly ‘in,’ and so—dangerously, seductively, especially in California, where I was studying—were the drugs themselves.”

Jim Manske’s insight:
Oliver Sacks recently died, leaving behind a legacy of clarity and lucidity about the Mind. This long read from the New Yorker gives some insight into the unquenchable curiosity of an explorer of human consciousness, who never found another nervous system that he could not enjoy and learn from.