Neurotrash James Russell

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Published: May 19th 2013

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Neurotrash  by  James Russell

Neurotrash by James Russell
May 19th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 49 pages | ISBN: | 5.33 Mb

If this book has a unifying purpose it is simply to attend away from the popular neuroscience that envelops us, nodding to it in a distracted manner. The idea that the brain sciences will dissolve deep mysteries is beyond parody and eventually itMoreIf this book has a unifying purpose it is simply to attend away from the popular neuroscience that envelops us, nodding to it in a distracted manner.

The idea that the brain sciences will dissolve deep mysteries is beyond parody and eventually it will go away. Meanwhile, we have the more serious and joyful business of poetry itself, which is capable of capturing the various nature of life and the way language can play in the deep waters.It strikes me that what Russell has hit upon is a pleasing blend of the imagination working with the stuff of the real world…. Coming through virtually every line of the poem there is a poets delight and sometimes bemusement in and with the pains and pleasures and potentials of ordinary life and language coupled with a sense of what a poem and its reader can do without recourse to either bland commonplaces or as-good-as-unreadable ‘innovative’ strategies.

My God, its a breath of fresh air. - Martin StannardJames Russell, born in Bristol in 1948, was educated at Oxford and London Universities, and is now a Fellow in Psychology at Queens’ College Cambridge. His poetry publications include: The Sixty-Four Seasons (Oleander, 2004), Properly Nuanced (Knives, Forks, and Spoons, 2012), Arnos Grove (Waterloo, 2012), and Craigie’s Clevedon Poems (Knives, Forks, and Spoons, 2013).



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