In <35B70193.F4F8130B at trail.com> John Atwood deVries II
<aubois at trail.com> writes:
>>>> F. Frank LeFever (flefever at ix.netcom.com) on 17.jul.1998 writes:
>> > I missed the beginning of this joke, having been in Budapest for a
>> > meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society.
>>>> The next time you are at a neuroscience meeting, ask some of the
>> senior people whether they think that it is a joke.
>>Name three. I require that they have published books.
Weak criterion. Anybody can publish a book. Publishers aim at
dollars, not truth. Although not perfect, better criterion is
"published in a JOURNAL" (i.e., a PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL).
>>> Look at the
>>http://bri.medsch.ucla.edu/archives/hnl/msg98012.htm Society for
>> the History of the Neurosciences at the Brain Research Institute.
>>Referring to an article you wrote yourself doesn't count. Your
>against your cant being a joke is, as of yet, not convincing. Try
>>Also: although I'm leaving it alone, your over-extensive cross-posting
>shows an utter disregard for Netiquette. Honestly -- do you think the
>people in comp.arch & soc.libraries.talk give a damn about your rather
>weak argument against your delusions being a joke? I think not.
Nor do those in bionet.neuroscience; but I have left this in the
address box after deleting all others because of the GESTURE towards
relevance implied by the reference to "neocortex"...