Mark Howell's - "Soundings"
Sunday, March 17, 2013

In his latest book, "Hallucinations," Oliver Sacks, the British-American neurologist and self-described amateur chemist, writes about "Lilliput sight," which he and other modern medics are careful to distinguish from the hallucinations associated with schizophrenia (such as hearing voices) that are symptoms of a mental illness.

"Lilliput sight," sometimes kn...

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