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Eric Kandel of Columbia University is best known for having won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in , for his work on the molecular biology of memory.
But he is also a great humanist scholar, with critically-acclaimed books on his native Vienna circa , and a new book out called Reductionism in Art and Brain Science. Between his prize, his books, and a documentary film, In Search of Memory , which follows him to his childhood haunts in Vienna, he has become a more public figure. The charming, vivacious, bow-tied octogenarian, he is still hard at work in his labs, including one focuses on Aplysia giant sea snails, whose large brains with an extremely simple molecular structure allowed him to gain insight into memory that had been too difficult in more complex organisms.
The European Review spoke to him on his birthday about Freud and female sexuality, Mondrian-izing your notes, and post-coital trances. How did you choose which works of art to include in your book on reductionism, art and the brain?
Though it may not have the reductionism component, what are your thoughts on formal art? In my earlier book [ The Age of Insight ] I deal with formal art. They are exclusively figurative. Freud, whom I admire a great deal, was weak in some things, and one of them was his insight into female sexuality. This may have been due to his lack of experience with women. He thought that women do not enjoy sex. That they engage in sex primarily to have children, and they want to have boys, because boys have penises.
And you can see that he had tremendous insight into female sexuality. The models would relax, they would spread themselves, they would masturbate. If some interesting man came in, they would have sex with him. Klimt depicting him in an elegant, not at all pornographic way. It really struck me how much insight he had than Freud. Klimt has this marvelous painting, Judith and Holofernes. Holofernes was an Assyrian general who laid a siege around a town near Jerusalem.