Some of the photos that Karl Pribram collected on his “Wall of Scientists” of friends and colleagues from his many years of scientific research and study. At home with Konrad Lorenz, Austrian zoologist, ethologist, and ornithologist who is considered one of the founders of modern ethology. He was co-awarded the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Nikolaas Tinbergen and Karl
Back to Karl and Friends Gallery With Konrad Lorenz, and other colleagues, at Lorenz’ home. Konrad Lorenz was an Austrian zoologist and is considered the founder of modern ethology. In 1973 he won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with fellow animal behaviorists Karl von Frisch and Nikolaas Tinbergen.
A typical visit at the conference center at Esalen. Karl Pribram was a good friend of Michael Murphy (author of the New Age classic: Golf and the Kingdom), who’d created the Esalen Institute on his family’s property in Big Sur, California–perched on the edge of a cliff with hot mineral baths and wild surf below. This visit (on my birthday!) included a symposium on Mind, Brain, and
Prague: The Holographic Paradigm In June of 1992, Karl Pribram and I were on a 16-hour train trip from Karl Jung’s remote center, Eranos, on Lago Maggiore in Switzerland, where I’d been doing research for my book The Magic Circle (in which Jungian archetypes play a great role.) We were headed to Prague, where Karl was to speak at a huge Transpersonal Psychology conference. The conference had