Monthly Archives: October 2013

Now you see it . . . Oliver Sacks’ Hallucinations (and everybody’s)

For me, as perhaps for many people, the idea of hallucination has always been terrifying. It always seemed to signal that one had lost control, had stepped off some cliff and fallen, irretrievably, into the abyss of insanity. That had … Continue reading

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