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am 21. Dezember 2012
Oliver Sack's awe for the signed word is contagious, and, if I weren't already learning sign language, the book would have convinced me to start. I found it gratifying to see Dr Sacks had already turned his keen acumen to sign and that more than 20 years ago! As always, his knack for asking all the right questions amazes me, and his attempts both to find answers and to confront the unanswerable are humbling and inspiring. He also has an enormous talent for making his reader want to delve further into whatever subject he's treating, and many of Seeing Voice's references are now on my next reading list!
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am 28. Mai 2017
Es ist ein sehr interessantes Buch über die Geschichte und Sonderstellung von gehörlosen Menschen. Oliver Sacks schafft es, wie immer, den Leser mitzureißen und ihm einen ganz anderen Blick auf die Dinge zu geben auch wenn es an der ein oder anderen Stelle etwas langwierig ist.
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am 2. Dezember 1999
I have to admit, I was "forced" to read Sacks' book for my Cognition class in university this past year. However, once I started getting into the book, it actually became a joy to read as Sacks poured his enthusiasm and wonder about the world of the deaf onto every page. I was soon finished and looking forward to the paper I was required to write on the book. However, as noted in many other comments, the long footnotes were incredibly distracting, many of them turning over for three pages, after which it was necesaary to go back and re-read everything you'd just finished looking at in the main article. His repetition at the beginning and end of the book also got annoying. On the whole, though, I quite enjoyed Oliver Sacks' book and am interested in reading more of his works now.
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am 7. April 2001
Tief beeindruckt von der Überflüssigkeit der Lokalisationsfrage und der ungeheuren Anpassungsfäigkeit tauber Menschen an die Welt der Sehend-Blinden kann ich dieses Buch mit äußerster Verve jedem forschend-fragenden Neurologen nur weiterempfehlen! Das MRI erübrigt sich im Fall on "Seeing voices" vollkommen! Die Frage des lebens"unwerten" Lebens ebenfalls ...
Dankbar für die Fähigkeit des HÖRENS und in Gedenken an Maria Callas,
A. Sticherling Neuropsychol., M. A.
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am 22. Dezember 1998
I concur with my colleague Kex86, this is an excellent mediation on what it means to think.
Sacks acknowledges the substantial Deaf (with a capital 'D') political movement that feels deafness is not a disability, but a completely different way to experience the world. The unsurpassed richness of Sign -- and the thought patterns supported by it -- will cause many a "deafness-impaired" hearing person to give consideration to this view.
As always, Oliver is erudite, compassionate, witty and insightful. A delightful and thought-provoking book -- in ANY language.
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This book is awesome. I want to be an interpreter and thishelps me to learn more about the culture so it is very helpful. Ihave read many other books about deaf culture too. You will ebjoy this book.
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