Trees of INFORMATION
While dyslexics typically struggle
to decode the written word,
they often also excel in such areas of reasoning as
mechanical (required for architects and surgeons),
interconnected (artists and inventors); narrative
(novelists and lawyers), and dynamic
(scientists and business pioneers).
The Dyslexic Advantage provides the very
first complete portrait of the dyslexic brain.
rn. As we
pass through the day, we age and gain experience. When we tire at
day's end, we 'die' and take our rest. That one arc serves as a
miniature of our entire life."
To LIVE happily we must live UNSEEN
life, and of course in subsequent centuries we had exactly the opposite. The science of life was subsumed under mechanics and we had a mechanistic view of the human organism and nature."
A Quest for the Nature and Origin of Life - Fritjof Capra…