By Santiago Ramón y Cajal
Santiago Ramon y Cajal used to be a mythic determine in technological know-how. Hailed because the father of recent anatomy and neurobiology, he was once principally chargeable for the fashionable perception of the mind. His groundbreaking works have been New principles at the constitution of the anxious approach and Histology of the anxious approach in guy and Vertebrates. In addition to leaving a legacy of remarkable medical study, Cajal sought to teach the amateur scientist approximately how technology used to be performed and the way he suggestion it may be performed. This lately rediscovered vintage, first released in 1897, is an anecdotal advisor for the confused new investigator in addition to a fresh source for the previous pro.Cajal used to be a pragmatist, conscious of the pitfalls of being too idealistic -- and he had a feeling of humor, really glaring in his diagnoses of a variety of stereotypes of eccentric scientists. The publication covers every thing from necessary character features for an investigator to social elements conducive to clinical paintings.
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CHP P. 46 Chapter 3 exhibit noble pride in their philosophers, mathematicians, physicists, naturalists, and inventors—in short, all of those who know how to exalt their country’s honored name. It must be confessed that we Spaniards have the greatest need for cultivating this emotion because of the many centuries of disdain that we have given anything dealing with scientiªc investigation and its fruitful applications to life (for reasons that are now irrelevant). All of us who wish to keep the ªber of patriotism supple—after repeated injuries from the darts of foreign indifference—have a fundamental obligation to defend the prestige of the Spanish people.
Let us devote ourselves to extracting the practical essence of scientiªc knowledge, and then using it to improve the human condition. Spain needs machines for its trains and ships, practical advances for agriculture and industry, a rational health care system—in short, whatever contributes to the common good, the nation’s wealth, and the people’s well-being. ” Ineptitudes like this are formulated at every step by those who, while traveling abroad, see progress as a strange mirage of effects rather than causes.
For him, it has an entirely positive connotation: he is eager to enhance the prestige of his country, but without destroying the reputation of his contemporaries. It has been said that science has no country, and this is true. ” Nature’s conqueror belongs not only to humanity but to a race that shows pride in his talents, to a nation that is honored by his triumphs, and to a region that considers him the choice fruit of its soil. CHP P. CHP P. 46 Chapter 3 exhibit noble pride in their philosophers, mathematicians, physicists, naturalists, and inventors—in short, all of those who know how to exalt their country’s honored name.
Advice for a Young Investigator (Bradford Books) by Santiago Ramón y Cajal