Hello, Neuroscience World!
I am about to pick up the excellent Principles of Neural Science (Kandel ER,
Schwartz JH eds), currently available in its mammoth third edition, when a
colleague of mine muttered something about a new edition being available soon.
Being a poor graduate student and not wishing to buy an out-of-date version,
I am curious if this is true. The nice bookstore people I've talked to say
"no", but I've known them to be wrong before. I've noticed that the third
edition is 1991, and so much has happened since then I would not be surprised
if a new, fourth edition was indeed forthcoming soon.
Am I chasing a Holy Grail?
Thanks in advance,
Stephan F. Jou | "The very fact that we remain alive is almost beyond
g1pary at cdf.toronto.edu | our control ... Thus, the human being is actually an
| automaton, and the fact that we are sensing, feeling,
| and knowledgeable beings is part of this automatic
| sequence of life..." - A. C. Guyton