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A young 59 with natural charm. Self-motivated entrepreneur with excellent communication skills. Love to sing, dance, and act since age Six years in high school as vocalist in five-part harmonies with female group touring Colorado. Currently work solo gig playing cover tunes for special events. There are differing accounts about the details of the quality of Huxley's eyesight at specific points in his life. About Huxley encountered the Bates method for better eyesight, and a teacher, Margaret Darst Corbett , who was able to teach the method to him. Huxley then said that his sight improved dramatically with the Bates Method and the extreme and pure natural lighting of the southwestern American desert.
He reported that, for the first time in more than 25 years, he was able to read without glasses and without strain. He even tried driving a car along the dirt road beside the ranch. The book contained some generally disputed theories, and its publication created a growing degree of popular controversy about Huxley's eyesight. It was, and is, widely believed that Huxley was nearly blind since the illness in his teens, despite the partial recovery that had enabled him to study at Oxford. For example, some ten years after publication of The Art of Seeing , in , Bennett Cerf was present when Huxley spoke at a Hollywood banquet, wearing no glasses and apparently reading his paper from the lectern without difficulty: He wasn't reading his address at all.
He had learned it by heart. To refresh his memory he brought the paper closer and closer to his eyes. When it was only an inch or so away he still couldn't read it, and had to fish for a magnifying glass in his pocket to make the typing visible to him. It was an agonising moment. And I don't give a damn, really.
On the other hand, Huxley's second wife, Laura Archera , would later emphasise in her biographical account, This Timeless Moment: Alvarez , she tempered this: For instance, although Aldous did not wear glasses, he would quite often use a magnifying lens. Her account, in this respect, is discernibly congruent with the following sample of Huxley's own words from The Art of Seeing: American popular science author Steven Johnson , in his book Mind Wide Open , quotes Huxley about his difficulties with visual encoding: Words, even the pregnant words of poets, do not evoke pictures in my mind.
No hypnagogic visions greet me on the verge of sleep. When I recall something, the memory does not present itself to me as a vividly seen event or object. By an effort of the will, I can evoke a not very vivid image of what happened yesterday afternoon They had one child, Matthew Huxley 19 April — 10 February , who had a career as an author, anthropologist, and prominent epidemiologist.
In Huxley married Laura Archera — , also an author as well as a violinist and psychotherapist. In Aldous Huxley was diagnosed with laryngeal cancer and, in the years that followed, with his health deteriorating, he wrote the Utopian novel Island ,  and gave lectures on "Human Potentialities" both at the University of California 's San Francisco Medical Center and at the Esalen Institute. These lectures were fundamental to the beginning of the Human Potential Movement. The most substantial collection of Huxley's few remaining papers, following the destruction of most in a fire, is at the Library of the University of California, Los Angeles.
On 9 April , Huxley was informed he was elected Companion of Literature by the Royal Society of Literature , the senior literary organisation in Britain, and he accepted the title via letter on 28 April Huxley wrote a draft of the speech he intended to give at the society; however, his deteriorating health meant he was not able to attend. Los Angeles time , on 22 November Media coverage of Huxley's death—as with that of the author C. Lewis —was overshadowed by the assassination of U.
Kennedy on the same day. Huxley's memorial service took place in London in December ; it was led by his older brother Julian , and on 27 October  his ashes were interred in the family grave at the Watts Cemetery, home of the Watts Mortuary Chapel in Compton, Guildford , Surrey, England. Huxley had been a long-time friend of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky , who later dedicated his last orchestral composition to Huxley. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Aldous Huxley Huxley in Retrieved 10 April Inge's agreement with Huxley on several essential points indicates the respect Huxley's position commanded from some important philosophers … And now we have a book by Aldous Huxley, duly labelled The Perennial Philosophy. Aldous Huxley and the Search for Meaning: A Study of the Eleven Novels. Aldous Huxley, as a writer of fiction in the 20th century, willingly assumes the role of a modern philosopher-king or literary prophet by examining the essence of what it means to be human in the modern age. He was also a philosopher, mystic, social prophet, political thinker, and world traveler who had a detailed knowledge of music, medicine, science, technology, history, literature and Eastern religions.
The Crossroad Publishing Company. Huxley was a philosopher but his viewpoint was not determined by the intellect alone. He believed the rational mind could only speculate about truth and never find it directly. Brave New World , Marshall Cavendish , p.
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