On Wed, 11 Feb 2004 10:49:46 GMT, "k p Collins"
} Hi Peter, Thank You for posting this stuff
} to which you've referred in the past.
} All of this is 'just' standard Neuroanatomy,
No, it's functional neuroanatomy, outlining and focusing on functions,
not just locations.
} most of which has been known since Cajal's
} huge Accomplishments,
So all the references from the 50s and 60s are useless?
Ramon y Cajal died in 1934.
} and it's all included
} in explicitly, in the form of a Proof of the
} TD E/I-minimization Principle, in AoK, Ap3
} [functional ramifications are discussed in the
} "Short Paper" section of AoK, and in Ap5,
} 6 & 7].
} But what Luria addresses is not the same as
} what's in AoK.
It is or it isn't. You said it was (sic) "in explicitly".
<snip redundant ken-rant>
} I don't know if you implied, in former msgs, that he
} did, but Luria didn't say any of this.
You're darn tootin'. He made sense.