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Post Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
The chat is scheduled for Thursday, March 18, 2004 at 6:00pm eastern in our other chat room. By other I mean NOT the EZBoard chat room we use for our weekly Thursday night and Sunday morning chats. Click on the "CHAT" link in the top orange link bar found on every BookTalk page to enter the proper chat room.

You are welcome to invite mature friends to this chat session. If you plan on inviting guests we ask that you make sure they are polite and respectful and conscious of the fact that Damasio is but one man and he cannot handle too many questions at once. In fact, Damasio plans to have a colleague do the typing for him as his speed at typing might be too slow for such a session.

If you plan to bring other people please make a post in this thread so we are aware. Thanks!


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I plan to attend! 9 / 81.8%  
I do NOT plan on attending. 2 / 18.2%  

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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
Naturally, I plan on attending.

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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
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Thanks for pointing out my mistake. I had to delete that poll and put up this new one, as EZBoard does not allow any edits once a poll is posted. Please vote and make your post again!

And it would be nice to see the names of people planning to attend too.

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I'm definitely attending the chat!! :)

Sorry for making more work for ya, Chris...I just figured that you didn't have enough :p







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LOL No problem. :b

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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
I'll be there.




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I'll be at the chat!

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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?

Yes, I certainly will try to.

But I need yours and otehrs help with my question. English is not my native language.

Our collegues to Damasio here mention that they like him but want to give feedback to him that he need to look more deeply into something they used the word "dynamic".

Me not into Neuroscience know that it was not the Freudian dynamic it has to be something else. Has anybody writing in english reviewed Damasios theories and mention this criticism?

The word dynamic could be too connotated so we need to look for another search word in google.

Please help me with this.

berntrostrom at yahoo dot com




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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
I've just started reading his book and I plan to be there.

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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
I'm going to do my best to get back from the lab in time for the chat.




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Post Re: Will you be attending the Damasio chat?
If we are too few active now could be that the topic is too demanding. This is my third book by him and the only one I failed to finish reading. Or maybe I ahvwe changed due to personal experiences of email lists and forums.

anyway, my suggestion is this.

we could do a kind of rehearsal. We are a handful of people who have promised ourself to be there at the chat the March 18 at 6 PM EST.

My question will be about the criticism that has arised among some of our local researchers. They say his views are too "static" and they ask him to look into a more "dynamic" view.

I have no clue on wha that refers to.

Peter G



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