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IbrahimSom
May 30, 2020

by Pragmatica


Recently read:

Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction.

The author, Judith Grisel, was an alcoholic and a druggie in her teens to early 20s, after which she turned her life around and got a Ph.D in psychology. She's a professor at Brucknell univrsity. The book is both an excellent first-person experience of drug use and contains an explanation of the addiction process that I found truly profound and which I think should be taught to kids in high school.

Also I'm looking forward to Jan Swafford's biography of Mozart due out in December, titled Mozart: The Reign of Love. I enjoyed his 2014 bio of LvB ("Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph"). Already pre-bought the audiobook of the Mozart bio.

IbrahimSom fucked around with this message at 11:02 on Oct 15, 2020

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