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The young Ramón y Cajal as a cell-theory dissenter



Iturbe Acosta, Ulises

2008

Iturbe, U., Peretó, J. y Lazcano, A. The young Ramón y Cajal as a cell-theory dissenter, International Microbiology, 2008, 11: 143-145, ISSN 1139-6709


Abstract


The intellectual development of scientists normally traverses several different phases as they mature in their professions. In many cases, strong support of certain ideas and theories gives way to more critical, productive views that set the stage for major theories and discoveries. This appears to have beenthe case of Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934). In his youth, he supported the protoplasmic theory of life, and as he matured he maintained a critical, yet open view of the cell theory, which postulated that life phenomena could not take place below the cellular level. In later years, however, an older and wiser Ramón y Cajal abandoned all traces of dissent and joined in fully supporting a refined version of cell theory, to which his own discoveries significantly contributed.



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