19th-century Neuroscientist Quotes
I believe that excessive admiration for the work of great minds is one of the most unfortunate preoccupations of intellectual youth — along with a conviction that certain problems cannot be attacked, let alone solved, because of one's relatively limited abilities.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal
The axis cylinders of all nerve fibers (motor, secretory, sensitive and sensory, conducting centrifugally or centripetally) have been proved to proceed directly from the cells. A connection with a fiber network, or an origin from such a network, does not take place.
Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried
A drug is a substance which, if injected into a rabbit, produces a paper.
The study of the causes of things must be preceded by the study of things caused.
John Hughlings Jackson
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